Ethical Issues in Contemporary Human Resource Management

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Diana Winstanley, Jean Woodall
Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 15, 2000 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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Against a backdrop of contextual changes such as the recent government pledges for the UK to sign up to the social chapter, proposed changes to equal opportunity and discrimination legislation, and the push for stakeholder approaches to management, ethics has been pushed to the forefront of the HR arena. Covering the subject of HR in a rigorous and comprehensive way using ethical frameworks, this book looks at areas of ethical concern in current trends and practice, as well as examples and methods for promoting good practice.

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DIANA WINSTANLEY is Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Imperial College Management School. She has researched widely on management development, stakeholder management, performance management and ethical aspects of human resource management.

JEAN WOODALL is Research Director of the Centre for Business and Management Development at Kingston Business School. She has researched widely in management development including management learning in the workplace, continuing professional development for business professionals, and ethical aspects of human resource development.

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