Resourcing and Talent Management: The Theory and Practice of Recruiting and Developing a Workforce, Eighth Edition

  • 12h 3m
  • Stephen Taylor
  • Kogan Page
  • 2021

An essential textbook for the CIPD Level 7 module in Resourcing and Talent Management which covers the recruitment, selection and retention of staff as well as employee retirement, dismissals and redundancy.

Resourcing and Talent Management provides broad and accessible coverage of key topics for HR masters students and is the essential companion for the CIPD Level 7 module of the same name. It covers everything from job design and both internal and external recruitment through to interviewing, selection and contracts of employment. There is also guidance on staff retention, succession planning, employee turnover as well as crucial information on how staff leave the business whether this is retirement, redundancy or dismissal.

This new edition of Resourcing and Talent Management now includes a brand new chapter on managing absence as well as new content on the UK labour market outside the EU and the implications of Brexit on recruitment and staff development, Fully updated throughout and aligned to the new CIPD qualification framework, this textbook includes 'explore further' boxes to encourage students to read more deeply, 'pause for thought' boxes to encourage reflection on learning and activities to put their learning in practice and test their understanding.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • The Resourcing and Talent Management Environment
  • Human Resource Planning
  • Job Analysis and Job Design
  • Recruitment Advertising
  • Alternative Recruitment Methods
  • Employer Branding
  • Selection – The Classic Trio
  • Advanced Methods of Employee Selection
  • The New Employee
  • Performance Management Strategies
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Managing Absence
  • Succession Planning
  • Measuring and Analysing Employee Turnover
  • Improving Employee Retention
  • Retirement
  • Dismissals
  • Redundancy
  • Resourcing and Talent Management Strategies
  • References