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Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific: Second edition

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780415898652

ISBN10:
041589865X
Format:
Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date:
7/25/2013
Publisher(s):
Routledge
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Summary

Given the enormous economic and developmental changes being experienced by nations in the Asia-Pacific region, and the related movement of people between and across countries, it is critical that we better understand the HRM policies and practices of these nations. The latest instalment in the Global HRM series, Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific (2E)presents the HRM situations in a number of South-East Asian and Pacific Rim countries, highlighting the growth of the personnel and HR function, the dominant HRM system(s) in the area, the influence of different factors on HRM, and the challenges faced by HR functions in these nations. This edition will extend its coverage to Cambodia, Fiji, Indonesia, and the Philippines; a new chapter will also discuss HR research challenges in the region, such as the transferability of western constructs, problems with data collection, and the emergence of MNEs from Asia Pacific.


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