Although construction is one of the most labour-intensive
industries, people management issues are given inadequate
attention. Furthermore, the focus of attention with regards to HR
has been on the strategic aspects of HRM function - yet most
problems and operational issues arise on projects. To help redress
these problems, this book takes a broad view of HRM, examining the
strategic and operational aspects of managing people within the
construction sector. The book is aimed at project managers and
students of project management who, until now, have been handed the
responsibility for human resource management without adequate
knowledge or training. The issues addressed in this book are
internationally relevant, and are of fundamental concern to both
students and practitioners involved in the management of
construction projects. The text draws on the authors' experience of
working with a range of large construction companies in improving
their HRM operational activities at both strategic and operational
levels, and is well illustrated with case studies of projects and
|Country of origin:
• Andrew Dainty
• Helen Lingard
||Electronic book text
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