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Human Resource Management and Evolutionary Psychology: Exploring the Biological Foundations of Managing People at Work

eBook details

  • Author: Andrew R. Timming
  • File Size: 7 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 144 pages
  • Series: Elgar Footprints in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
  • Publication Date: May 31, 2019
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1788977904
  • ISBN-13: 9781788977906

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Answering pushing concerns relating to staff member choice and mobbing culture in the office, Andrew R. Timming’s Human Resource Management and Evolutionary Psychology: Exploring the Biological Foundations of Managing People at Work (PDF) checks out the distinct crossway of the life sciences and personnel management.

With an abundant set of theoretical and empirical chapters, the author shines an ingenious light on the fields of personnel management, evolutionary psychology, and organizational habits engaging with the nature vs. support dispute in addition to using a ground-breaking description for office bullying, unconscious predisposition, and staff member choice decision-making. At times poignant and questionable, the ebook highlights the dark side of humanity, with a unique concentrate on our prehistoric impulses.

An exceptional expedition into an emerging location, this Footprint will be perfect for personnel management and organizational habits academics, in addition to those thinking about used evolutionary, social, organizational, and speculative psychology.

Review

Exceptional and remarkably well arranged and provided, ‘Human Resource Management and Evolutionary Psychology’ is unreservedly advised for business and scholastic libraries, Human Resource Management and Contemporary Psychology collections and extra research studies lists.” — Midwest Book

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