International Comparisons in Human Resource Management
Chris Brewster, Shaun Tyson
Pitman, 1991 - Comparative industrial relations - 268 pages
Focusing on major variables considered when making comparative studies, this book discusses the management of people throughout different countries and different cultures. It presents a contribution to the debate about the nature and purpose of human resource management.
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