Contacting HRM Guide
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but read the appropriate section first:
What/who is the HRM Guide Network? -
The HRM Guide Network
is an independent, internet-based organization dedicated to the provision of
HR-related information PLUS a number of general websites including books, travel and gardening. Visitors are known to come from a total of 122 countries but the US, UK,
Australia, Canada and India predominate. There are separate gateways for Human Resource Management:
* Australia -
* Canada -
* New Zealand -
* UK -
* USA -
* News Releases -
Each site has different feature articles.
HRM Guide is edited by Alan Price. His recent publications include Human Resource Management, 4th edition (June 2011)
Cengage/South Western, Fundamentals of Human Resource Management (June 2011)
and Strategic Human Resource Development (2005) (Swart, et al), Butterworth-Heinemann. You can connect with him on
General enquiries should be sent by e-mail. Printed
items and books for review may be addressed to:
Alan Price, HRM Guide Network, Hinsobrae, Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland, UK. KW17 2BU.
HRM Guide is a great resource for students - but all the information we
have is published on the various websites. We are not holding back a secret supply of information! Also, it is a matter of policy that we will
not tell you how to answer homework questions.
Most HR material
of use to students is to be found in the section. This has 13 sub-sections (soon to be 24 sub-sections) , each with a list of contents.
If you are uncertain
where to find the subject you are looking for use the Search all of HRMGuide
box. You will find this on several of the main pages - including this one.
When using the search facility do not use terms
which appear on virtually every page like HRM, Human Resource Management
or even and. The indexer is a robot and completely stupid - it will
tell you every page on which these terms appear and there are a lot of
pages on this site. For more precise results use quotation marks " " around terms that include more
than one word. For example, if you are looking for
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information on to any third party without your specific permission. Please note that we provide general HR
sites with international coverage and therefore we are not able to comment, or provide legal advice, about
contractual and other issues that are subject to different legal jurisdictions.
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with good quality, content-rich sites (links that are not reciprocated
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To speed the process, please place a link to our site(s) before contacting us.
redirects or 'nofollow' are not acceptable.
You may link freely to any specific article on our websites (deep-linking). However, we would
appreciate you NOT framing articles since this invalidates some of the advertisements we carry.
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Guest articles are hosted
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articles (minimum of 500 words) on any HR topic. They will be posted on the appropriate
HRM Guide site. Press releases are published on .
We are interested in developing long-term relationships with other service-providers
in HR and job-related areas. Exploratory e-mails are welcome.
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