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Professional Practices of Human Resource Management in Hong Kong
作者 Anna P. Y. Tsui, K. T. Lai
出版社 Hong Kong University Press
ISBN 9789622090606
分類 Business & Finance > Management & Leadership
價格 HK$280.00
 
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Faced with external and internal challenges such as globalization, social changes and responsiveness to customers, technological development, cost containment and structural changes, organizations now experience increasing levels of competition. Evidence has shown a positive relationship between HR practices and business performance outcomes such as increased profitability and productivity. Indeed, HRM practices influence employee skills through the acquisition and development of human capital. Also, the use of well-designed performance management systems and pay-for-performance incentives are important motivations in the workplace.

Written by HR professionals, consultants, legal experts and academics with decades of professional experience, this volume covers the full spectrum of HRM practices in relation to their strategic contributions to organizations. In a hands-on and lively fashion, it provides up-to-date HRM knowledge and skills with practical guidelines. The purpose of the book is to enhance people management and gain competitive advantage in the fast-moving business environment.


About the Editors:

Dr. Anna P. Y. Tsui is a faculty member at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her teaching interests include business strategy and HRM. Before working as an academic, she was a veteran HR professional working in the electronics manufacturing, public utility, and hospital organizations.

K. T. Lai was the President of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management from 2005 to 2008. Before his retirement in 2008, Mr. Lai was the Group Human Resources Manager of China Light and Power Holdings, Ltd.


"Written by an impeccable slate of practitioners and academics, this edited book provides highly insightful, practical guidelines for effective human resource management in the context of Hong Kong. It is a must-read for those who are keen to leverage their human asset to leapfrog the performance of their firms."

– LEUNG Kwok, Chair Professor of Management, City University of Hong Kong


Acknowledgements
Contributors
Introduction – Anna P.Y. Tsui and K.T. Lai

PART I. Concepts and Development of Human Resource Management
1. The Development and Current State of HRM in Hong Kong – Anna P.Y. Tsui, K.T. Lai and Isabella H.M. Wong

PART II. Acquiring Human Resource
2. The Human Resource Market and Talent Management Strategies in Hong Kong – Anna P.Y. Tsui
3. Selecting the Right People: Using Psychometric Testing and Assessment Centres in Hong Kong – Neil Cowieson
4. Improving Employment Interview Practice: Competency-Based Interview in Hong Kong – Anna P.Y. Tsui

PART III. Motivating Human Resource
5. Performance Management: Concept and Practice – Jenny S.Y. Lee
6. Rewards Management in Hong Kong – Michael T. Yeung, Hewitt Associates

PART IV. Developing Human Resource
7. Strategic Training Management in Hong Kong – Rose W.L. Wai
8. Knowledge Management in Hong Kong – Philip Fung

PART V. Managing Employee Relations
9. Employment Laws in Hong Kong – Brian van Langenberg and Fiona Loughrey, Simmons & Simmons
10. Equal Opportunities Laws in Hong Kong – Alex Papadopolous
11. Trade Unionism and Industrial Relations in Hong Kong – Apo Leong

PART VI. Special Topics in Human Resource Management
12. Human Resource Information Systems and E-HR Systems – Hester Yu
13. Managing Organizational Change in Hong Kong – Anna P.Y. Tsui and David Li
14. Human Resource Management in Public Sector: The Hospital Authority Experience – HR Team of the Hospital Authority

PART VII. Future Trends
15. Conclusion: Future Prospects for HRM in Hong Kong – Anna P.Y. Tsui and K.T. Lai

Notes
Further Reading / References
Appendices
Index


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