Students are expected to undertake an HR Advisor role, CRITICALLY analyse any available data and offer recommendations and conclusions for a possible HR- related change/transformation, in order to analyse these data, evaluate any options available for change and develop a clear, business-focused report to their HR Manager.
What is the aim of the report?
To examine the reasons employees leave the organisation and offer suggestions for reducing employee turnover.
What are the data that needs to be analysed?
Exit interviews 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 (attached at excel).
- Reading lists
Crawshaw,J.R.,Budhwar,P.&Davis,A.(2014).HumanResourceManagement: Strategic & International Perspectives. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
2. Torrington, D., Hall, L., Taylor, S. & Atkinson, C. (2011). Human Resource Management, 8th ed. Essex: Pearson Education Limited.
3. Horn, R. (2009). The Business Skills Handbook. London: CIPD.
4. Horn, R (2012). Researching and Writing Dissertations: A Complete Guide for
Business Students, 2nd ed. London: CIPD Publishing.
People Management and Development, 5th ed. London: CIPD.
6. Megginson, D. and Whittaker, V. (2007). Continuing Professional Development.
Skills, London: CIPD.
9. CIPD online resources available at http://www.cipd.co.uk/hr-resources/
10.Francis, H. & Keegan, A. (2006). The changing face of HRM: in search of balance.
Human Resource Management Journal, 16, pp. 231â€“249.
11.Purcell, J. & Hutchinson, S. (2007). Front-line managers as agents in the HRM-
performance causal chain: theory, analysis and evidence. Human Resource
Management Journal, 17, pp. 3â€“20.
12.Higgins, P. & Li-Fang, Z., (2009). The thinking styles of human resource
practitioners. The Learning Organization, 16(4), pp. 276-289.