Human Resources Management in Construction fills an important gap in current management literature by applying general principles of human resources management specifically to the construction industry. It discusses and explores findings from research to supplement the theoretical and practical procedures used. It explores issues such as the technology used and the pattern of social and political relationships within which people are managed.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Human Resources Management In The Context Of Construction 3. External Issues Affecting Human Resources Management 4. Organisational Behaviour 5. Industrial Relations In Construction 6. Interviewing And Staff Selection 7. Management Development 8. People And Information 9. Women In Construction 10. Directions In Human Resources Index