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Research Methods in Human Resource Management

Investigating a Business Issue

Develop the knowledge and skills to take on an HRM research project with this bestselling text.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843983088
Edition: 3
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Format: 20x240
456 pages

About the book

Fully mapped to the CIPD Level 7 Advanced module on Investigating a Business Issue from an HR Perspective, Research Methods in Human Resource Management is a key resource for anyone undertaking a research report. It covers the planning and execution of HRM research projects, from investigating and researching HR issues to designing and implementing research and then evaluating and reviewing the results.

Filled with international examples to provide a global perspective, this fully updated 3rd edition of Research Methods in Human Resource Management balances theoretical frameworks and practical guidance. It includes increased attention to methodology issues, more real-life examples and a discussion of ethics in line with current research and practice. 'Review and Reflect' sections at the end of each chapter help apply learning to personal experience and professional development, and multiple-choice questions and a glossary of terms help students understand the key concepts. Online supporting resources include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and annotated web links.

About the authors

Valerie Anderson

Dr Valerie Anderson is Reader in Human Resource Development at the University of Portsmouth. She has gained extensive HRM and HRD management experience in a range of different public and private sector organizations.

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This book is everything that a student of HR could need to successfully complete a research project. Clearly and eloquently written with a wealth of useful real world examples, it walks a new researcher through the entire process and I would not hesitate in recommending this to my students.

Dr. Jill Hanson, Senior Lecturer, Derby Business School, UK