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Human resource management: ethics and employment

Author: Pinnington, Ashly ; Machlin, Rob ; Campbell, TomPublisher: Oxford University Press (OUP) 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 347 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780199203796Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Human Resource Management: Ethics and Employment Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS xi ix Introduction: ethical human resource management Ashly Pinnington, Rob Macklin, and Tom Campbell 1 PART I SITUATING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 23 1 Socio-political theory and ethics in HRM Gill Palmer 2 The ethics of HRM in dealing with individual employees without collective representation Karen Legge 3 HRM and performance: can partnership address the ethical dilemmas? David E. Guest 4 Strategic management and human resources: the pursuit of productivity, flexibility, and legitimacy Peter Boxall and John Purcell 5 Ethical employment practices and the law Breen Creighton 6 HRM and the ethics of commodified work in a market economy Adrian J. Walsh 35 52 66 81 102 PART II ANALYSING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 119 137 7 Stakeholder theory and the ethics of HRM Michelle Greenwood and Helen De Cieri 8 HR managers as ethics agents of the state Lynne Bennington 9 The ethical basis for HRM professionalism and codes of conduct David Ardagh 152 10 Engineers of human souls, faceless technocrats, or merchants of morality?: changing professional forms and identities in the face of the neo-liberal challenge Michael I. Reed 11 Ethical leadership in employee development Ashly H. Pinnington and Serkan Bayraktaroglu 12 Ethics and work in emergencies: the UK fire service strike 2002-3 Tom Sorell 171 190 209 PART III PROGRESSING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 223 13 HRM, ethical irrationality, and the limits of ethical action Tony J. Watson 14 Expanding ethical standards of HRM: necessary evils and the multiple dimensions of impact Joshua D. Margolis, Adam M. Grant, and Andrew L. Molinsky 15 Strategy, knowledge, appropriation, and ethics in HRM Ken Kamoche 16 The morally decent HR manager Rob Macklin Conclusion Tom Campbell, Ashly Pinnington, Rob Macklin, and Sheena Smith BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX 237 252 266 282 292 328

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