The big issues in employment : HR management and employment relations in Australasia / by Jane Parker and Marian Baird
By: Parker, Jane.
Contributor(s): Baird, Marian.Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : CCH New Zealand, 2018Edition: 2nd edition.Description: 1 electronic resource.ISBN: 9781775472292.Subject(s): Employment | Human resources management | Law | Information technologyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
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Human resource management and employment relations paradigms in Australia and New Zealand -- Changing terrain - defining contemporary workplace and workforce in Australia -- Changing terrain - flexible forms of working and their meaning for human resource management and employment relations -- Managing workplace diversity -- The living wage in New Zealand and its implications for human resource management and employment relations -- National politics and the interactions with employment relations and workplace -- Technology and job transformation in New Zealand - can your job be automated? -- The internationalisation of human resource management and employment relations programmes - multinational enterprises in Australia -- Big data and workplace analytics - meanings for human resource management and employment relations -- Strategic people management - where have we come from and were are we going? -- Caring for society's elders - understudied implications of population ageing for human resource management and employment relations -- The big issues in regulating employment relations and human resource management in Pacific Island countries.
Looks at key debates that need to be addressed to help New Zealand and Australian organisations adopt more cutting-edge approaches to human resource management and employment relations. Includes discussion of corporate social responsibility, diversity, flexible forms of working, big data and workplace analytics.