Managing People in the Hybrid Workplace
- Available for pre-order on May 2, 2023. Item will ship after May 23, 2023
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Managing People Effectively in a Hybrid Workplace is designed to ensure that both aspiring and experienced people professionals are equipped with in-depth knowledge of how workplace structures are being disrupted by new technology and working models. It explores analytics and capability to provide evidence-based insights that can shape employee experiences, support adaptation to changing business conditions, navigate risk, drive workplace performance, harness collaboration and open up new possibilities for HR and the organisation.
The book has been designed both as a text to support students studying HRM on university programmes and as a handbook for professionals wishing to update their knowledge in contemporary HRM. The book also supports the core and specialist knowledge and core behaviours in the CIPD Profession Map.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to the employee lifecycle
Chapter 2: Strategic planning and ethical decision making
Chapter 3: Organisation development, Culture and Change
Chapter 4: Resourcing Talent in the hybrid workplace
Chapter 5: Onboarding talent in different organisational contexts
Chapter 6: Developing people in the contemporary workplace
Chapter 7: Rewarding talent in the virtual, hybrid and traditional workplace
Chapter 8 : Strategic employment relations: a progressive approach
Chapter 9: Embracing technological developments in the people profession
Chapter 10: People analytics and value creation
Chapter 11: Putting employee well-being at the centre of performance management
Chapter 12: Reconceptualising the employee experience
Chapter 13: Chapter 13: Business continuity planning and people management
Chapter 14: Managing equality, diversity and inclusivity in a hybrid world
Chapter 15: Environmental sustainability
Chapter 16: Managing an international workforce
Kay Maddox-Daines has worked in higher education and professional development for over twenty years. Something of a ‘pracademic’, Kay balances her research and teaching with consultancy in order to keep abreast of rapid changes in the people profession. Kay is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Suffolk, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD), a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Fellow of the Staff and Education Association (FSEDA) and a Registered Career Development Professional (RCDP) with the UK Career Development Institute.