Transformational HRM Practices for Hong Kong
ISBN : 978-988-8528-48-6
244 pages, 7″ x 10″
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.
‘This book is the product of the collective wisdom of a team of well-qualified and experienced contributors. It successfully integrates both theory and practice with a lot of real-life cases and examples. It provides a valuable and up-to-date tool to support teachers, students, and practitioners in the new HR era.’ —Irene Chow, Professor and Head, Department of Management, Hang Seng University of Hong Kong
‘This is a timely and accessible collection on the HRM development in Hong Kong for business managers and aspiring HRM students. It explains succinctly the fundamental and drastic changes in the traditional HR sector in Hong Kong. Reading this book makes me realize how much HRM has been transformed since the internet era.’ —Steven Lui, Associate Professor, School of Management, UNSW Business School, UNSW Sydney
‘Each chapter of this book marks a specific HR topic with comprehensive deliberations on the transformation. It integrates both empirical studies as well as discussions of evolving HR practices. A unique reference that helps readers apprehend the drastic challenges in HR management from traditional to digital.’ —David Li (F.I.H.R.M, HK), Director, Human Resources, New Beta Innovation Limited; President, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM), 2014–2018
‘The role of human resources management has been evolving over the years. This book focuses on contemporary HR topics within the Hong Kong context. It provides the reader with invaluable insights from seasoned practitioners, consultants, and well-respected academics. I would recommend this book to HR professionals, line managers, and aspiring HR students!’ —Margaret Cheng (F.I.H.R.M, HK), Human Resources Director, MTR Corporation Limited; President, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM), 2018–present; Chairperson, People Management Committee, Hong Kong Management Association (HKMA)