Transformational HRM Practices for Hong Kong

Edited by Anna P. Y. Tsui and Wilfred K. P. Wong

Transformational HRM Practices for Hong Kong

Edited by Anna P. Y. Tsui and Wilfred K. P. Wong

Distributed for Hong Kong University Press

256 pages | 7 x 10
Paper $39.00 ISBN: 9789888528486 Will Publish February 2021 For sale in North America only
Focusing on the latest management trends, Transformational HRM Practices for Hong Kong provides HR professionals with a comprehensive and accessible guide to human resource management in Hong Kong. Written by a leading team of HR professionals, psychologists, legal experts, and academics, the book provides up-to-date coverage of current practices, laws and procedures, as well as guidance on the professional skills required to operate successfully in the region. Suitable for practitioners and students alike, the book contains authentic cases studies for local context and sets out the latest strategies for talent acquisition, assessment, performance, and reward. It provides essential coverage of organizational change management, recent technological advancements in the field, and outlines the development of Hong Kong’s employment laws and their likely implications for professionals. In one volume, this book provides the key information, guidance, and context HR professionals require to be successful in Hong Kong’s fast-changing business environment.
Contents
1. Introduction
2. Contexts and Environments of Human Resource Management in Hong Kong
3. Talent Acquisition Strategies in the New HR Era
4. Talent Assessment Strategies in Hong Kong
5. Learning and Development Strategies in Hong Kong
6. Development of the Performance Management System: Evolution or Revolution?
7. Managing Total Rewards Strategies in Hong Kong
8. Employment-Related Laws and Employee Relations in Hong Kong
9. Digital Transformation of Human Resource Management in the Era of Disruptive Technology
10. Managing Organizational Change in Hong Kong: The Role of Human Resource Management for Success
11. Challenges and Future for Human Resource Management in Hong Kong
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