Employee Resourcing in the Construction Industry: Strategic Considerations and Operational Practice

1st Edition

Ani Raiden, Andrew Dainty, Richard Neale

Routledge
Published April 24, 2016
Reference - 226 Pages
ISBN 9781138968714 - CAT# Y208050
Series: Spon Research

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Summary

Construction is one of the most challenging industrial environments for effective people management. It is characterised by geographically dispersed projects, production-oriented management styles, long working hours, high levels of staff turnover and employment practices grounded in the traditional ‘personnel’ paradigm. The employee resourcing function – recruitment, selection and deployment – is largely reactive and intuitive, and fails to draw on the longer-term benefits of strategic human resource management (SHRM).

This book explores the challenges inherent in employee resourcing in-depth. It provides insights into the strategic considerations and operational approaches adopted by large construction organisations in deploying their human resources. It presents an improved framework for informed SHRM-style decision-making derived from an extensive study conducted within eight major construction organisations. This book provides a valuable resource for both students and practitioners interested in evaluating and improving current organisational practice.

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