Baruch is one of the most accomplished scholars in the Careers (and not only) field. With his first book (Managing Careers: Theory and Practice) he offered a very much needed evidence-based textbook about careers and their management (importantly, seen from the perspectives of both career actors and organizations). The new book (Managing Careers and Employability) incorporates the significant advancements in the field since the publication of the first book.
What’s the best way to manage one’s career in today’s complex global work environment? What organizational strategies are most effective for enhancing employee career development, performance, and well-being? These questions, and many others, are addressed in Managing Careers and Employability by Yehuda Baruch.
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