The Employment Relationship
Key Challenges for HR
- Paul Sparrow, Ford Professor of International Human Resource Management, Manchester Business School, UK.
- Cary L. Cooper, Professor of Organizational Psychology, Lancaster University, UK; Fellow of the British Psychological Society and the British Academy of Management.
Challenges Facing the Employment Relationship in Future Organizations addresses the issues of change within employee relationships resulting from the impact of factors such as:* international competitive pressures* technological change* changing individual expectations and behavioursThe new employment contract is analysed from inside and outside organizations and the issues are addressed from both a human resource management and work psychology perspective.This book:* Reviews the phenomenon of globalization, outlining the current impacts on the employment relationship and summarizing the assumed impacts on future work* Looks at the employment relationship from a labour market perspective and reviews the evidence on an increasing individualization of the employment relationship* Reviews work by psychologists on the changing psychological contract* Provides an overview of new forms of work organization, drawing attention to research on virtual organization and implications of e-enablement* Outlines the challenges to the employment relation on a global scale
HR managers and students, MBA students taking HR options, MSc students taking HR options.