by Courtney Arthur Mc Nish
Courtney Arthur Mc Nish shares his contemporary Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations perspective on a variety of issues impacting today’s workplace society: its culture, practices and processes. Having written well over 100 articles, published in print media across Trinidad and Tobago, he has carefully collated 14 chapters in this book, wherein he expresses opinions and offers workable recommendations and solutions for the HR professional.
Building on his vast experience of advocacy, equity and best practice, particularly gained from his labour law practice, McNish selected 103 articles for publication in this book. He also provided a special chapter discussing and analysing real-life case studies that HR professionals will find relevant and useful.
Courtney Arthur Mc Nish is an experienced, professional HR Consultant and IR Consultant/Advocate, practicing in the Caribbean Human Resource environment for over 35 years.
He is the holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree (University of London) and a Masters of Law Degree (University of the West Indies, Cavehill). He achieved his Associate Degree in Strategic Human Resource Management (Babson College, Boston, USA), and also holds a National Diploma in Personnel & Industrial Relations (Cipriani College of Labour & Cooperative Studies).
Courtney is the Chief Executive Officer and Principal Consultant of Human Resource Technologies Ltd., where he manages an impressive portfolio of large private and public sector clients. Prior to this, he held numerous strategic HR positions in the corporate sector.