Best HR Books for 2023:
Title and Author
|1.||The Essential HR Handbook, 10th Anniversary Edition, by Sharon Armstrong & Barbara Mitchell|
The Essential HR Handbook is a detailed guide to handling HR for all business sizes, from onboarding to outplacement. Included are tools, checklists, example forms, and tips for navigating personnel issues in the workplace.
|2.||Running Remote, by Liam Martin and Rob Rawson|
The most recent review of remote working and its influence on business success is expertly covered in Running Remote, which acts as a one-stop resource for professionals looking to better lead their remote teams. The book also includes stories from various leaders and founders in business.
|3.||The SHRM Essential Guide to Employment Law, by Charles Fleischer|
For HR experts and owners of small businesses, The SHRM Essential Guide to Employment Law simplifies complex information, making it concise and easily digestible. The extensive guide covers over 200 workplace law subjects and includes helpful insights and an overview of the rules.
|4.||Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Help You Live and Lead, by Laszlo Bock|
Work Rules! provides team leaders with insight into how Google organizes and leads their employees. It provides HR professionals with a guideline to improving their own teams and emulating Google's success.
|5.||HR on Purpose: Developing Deliberate People Passion, by Steve Browne|
Through this book, Steve Browne draws on his vast experience in the HR industry to encourage other professionals to take an innovative approach to HR.
|6.||Bring Your Human to Work, by Erica Keswin|
Erica Keswin encourages HR leaders to take a humanist approach to leading their teams by forming relationships with their employees and caring about how people impact each other through their words and actions. This book discusses the key HR practices of companies such as Starbucks and Lyft.
|7.||Belonging At Work: Cultivate an Inclusive Organization, by Rhodes Perry|
Belonging At Work focuses on impacting workplace culture and helping leaders to build inclusive organizations. Through this book, leaders will learn to create a culture that ensures employees feel valued at work and respected for what they contribute to the company.
|8.||Unleashing the Power of Diversity: How to Open Minds for Good, by Bjørn Z. Ekelund|
This book discusses global cultural, social, and environmental issues that impact the workplace. It seeks to create a common language that will build trust, support innovation, and sustain diversity across teams, organizations, and countries.
|9.||Generation Z: A Century in the Making, by Corey Seemiller & Meghan Grace|
Generation Z explores various aspects of the lives of this younger generation, from their career aspirations to their social concerns, in order to better understand this new entry into the business world. The goal of the book is to effectively work with, supervise, and lead Gen Z employees.
|10.||The Big Book of HR: 10th Anniversary Edition, by Barbara Mitchell and Cornelia Gamlem|
The Big Book of HR is a comprehensive look at the latest influences in HRM, covering everything from diversity and harassment prevention to microlearning and remaining legally compliant. The book also offers information on how to start and manage employee development strategies.