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Resourcing and Talent Management

Gain a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of recruitment, retention, talent management and engagement with this essential textbook.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9780749483852
Edition: 7
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Format: 245x189
512 pages

About the book

Resourcing and Talent Management provides broad and accessible coverage of key topics such as employment markets, flexibility, fairness, diversity, human resource planning, recruitment, employer branding, retention and retirement. Including in-depth discussion of dismissals and redundancy, this textbook is the essential companion for the CIPD Level 7 Advanced Resourcing and Talent Management module.

This fully updated 7th edition of Resourcing and Talent Management includes new information on social media and e-recruitment, additional discussion of flexible working and a brand new chapter on global resourcing. Including new international examples and case studies throughout this is essential reading for all students studying a resourcing, recruitment, selection or talent management module on HR or business masters degree. Online supporting resources for lecturers include an instructor's manual, lecture slides and feedback on exercises included in the book. There are also brand new student resources including multiple choice questions, reflective questions and further reading.

About the authors

Stephen Taylor

Stephen Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School and a Chief Examiner for the CIPD. Before his academic career he worked in a variety of management roles in the hotel industry and in the NHS. He is also a widely published author, having co-authored Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, also published by Kogan Page.

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An excellent, well written book that covers the range of recourcing and talent management issues facing organisations today in a manner which is both comprehensive yet accessible. This is essential reading for any student studying employee resourcing.

Dr. Samantha Evans, Lecturer in Industrial Relations and HRM, University of Kent, UK