Assessing the Added Value of Human Resource Management Practices -- Adding Value and HRM Practice -- Realizing the Highest Value of Investments in Talent Management -- How to Evaluate Employer Brands -- Assessing the Return on Investments in Human Resource Development -- The Added Value Expatriation -- A Look into the Future: Is Working Time Freedom Apt to Add Value for Different Stakeholders? -- Creating Value Through Occupational Health Management -- Investments in Work-Life Balance Pay Off -- Investing in the Subjective Well-Being of Temporary Workers -- Added Value of Employee Financial Participation -- Does Employee Downsizing Really Work? -- Determining Outcomes of HRM Practices.
This book is designed to help practitioners and academics to assess the added value of HR practices. It provides hands-on recommendations for choosing effective means to manage HR and specific suggestions aimed at facilitating the measurement of HR practices' impact on value creation. Evidence-based recommendations are made by drawing on thorough empirical research from various research traditions and academic disciplines. It covers a wide variety of tasks faced by the HR function and specifically addresses new challenges such as assessing the added value of work-life balance practices.