Research Methods in Human Resource Management

Valerie Anderson

ISBN: 9788173717338 | Year: 2011 | Paperback | Pages: 400 | Language : English

Book Size: 180 X 240 mm | Territorial Rights: Restricted

Price: 850.00

About the Book

This book addresses the needs of HRM and CIPD students writing a management report or dissertation, providing both theoretical frameworks and practical guidance. Providing an accessible guide to the planning and execution of HRM research projects, this text seeks to develop the knowledge and skills of first-time researchers for effective research into HRM issues in organisations.

Contributors (Author(s), Editor(s), Translator(s), Illustrator(s) etc.)

Valerie Anderson (Chartered MCIPD, BA (Hons), M.Ed, PhD) is a principal lecturer in HRM at Portsmouth Business School, UK. Before her career in Higher Education, she gained extensive HRM and HRD management and consultancy experience in a range of different public and private sector organisations. She now undertakes extensive teaching and research into how people learn, particularly informal learning and the learning of professionals.

Table of Contents

  1. The nature of research in HR, and how to use this book
  2. First stages in the HR project
  3. Ethics and HR research
  4. Reviewing and evaluating existing knowledge
  5. Approaches to gathering data in HR research
  6. Finding and using documentary and organisational evidence
  7. Collecting and recording qualitative data
  8. Analysing qualitative data
  9. Collecting and recording quantitative data
  10. Analysing quantitative data and formulating conclusions
  11. Communicating your research
  12. Final reflections
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