Human Resources Management in New Zealand provides a wide ranging discussion of people management concepts and techniques, set in a New Zealand context. It describes human resources management at both strategic and operational levels, drawing ‘good practice’ examples from leading New Zealand organisations.
It is an up-to-date text for tertiary students, a reference for human resources specialists, and offers practical guidance for anyone concerned with the employment, management and development of people and their performance in the workplace.
This edition of Human Resources Management in New Zealand has been completely reorganised and rewritten.
The new edition includes:
- easier navigation
- case studies, assignments and review questions at the end of each section
- in-text features to help with learning and practical application
- concise summaries of key theoretical or research evidence
- 'good practice' examples from leading New Zealand organisations
- a glossary of human resources terms.
Richard Rudman is a consultant and author in human resources management and related areas. His entire working career has been spent in HR, as a practitioner or adviser in both private and public sector organisations. He is the author of a number of books and online resources, has taught undergraduate and graduate university courses, and given papers to many human resources conferences around the world. He is a Life Fellow of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand.