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Videos show author Nick Wilton introduce key aspects of each chapter and shine a spotlight on complex areas of HRM.
Case Studies exploring fascinating additional case studies from the author demonstrating HRM in practice around the world. From the internal vs. external candidate debate to employer branding abroad, learn how companies of all sizes approach different aspects of HRM.
Further Reading to extend your knowledge through free SAGE journal articles, helping you to delve deeper and support your assignments.
Quizzes to test your knowledge and prepare for your exams with multiple choice questions.
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A Teaching Guide providing ideas and inspiration for seminars and tutorials, including case study teaching notes and more.
PowerPoint Decks that can be adapted and edited to suit your own teaching needs.
Testbank questions offering multiple choice assessment questions to use with your students.
Teaching videos to provide visual explanations and examples in class.
SAGE Business cases and accompanying teaching notes, offering a bank of additional studies to use in class.
Resource Pack which allows you to easily upload all the lecturer and student resources into your institution’s learning management system (i.e. your Blackboard or Moodle), and customise the content to suit your teaching needs.
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