The greater part of an HR budget is spent on recruitment and retaining good people is key to a company's success.

This book contains essential and up-to-date material around recruitment and retention including those issues that are currently pressing on companies with regard to flexibilty, returning to work, coaching and skills shortages.

The problems of retirement, redundancy and dismissal are also addressed which is an integral part but not included in many texts.

It provides the student and the professional with one place to find all the aspects and consequences of good practice in recruitment and retention.

part |60 pages

Recruiting People

chapter |58 pages

Recruitment – A Modern Perspective

ByAdrian Mackay

part |114 pages

Retaining People

chapter |20 pages


ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |6 pages


ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |8 pages

Women Returning to Work

ByJan Mackay

chapter |12 pages

Job Evaluation Schemes

ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |22 pages

A Goals-orientated Approach to Appraisals

ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |15 pages

A Manager's ‘BARC'

ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |29 pages

Discipline and Grievance

ByAdrian Mackay

part |75 pages

Releasing People

chapter |8 pages


ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |8 pages


ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |11 pages

Removal – Leaving Work

ByAdrian Mackay

chapter |46 pages

The Future of Work

ByAdrian Mackay