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International Human Resources Management : Research in Personnel & Human Resources Management - Gerald R. Ferris

International Human Resources Management

Research in Personnel & Human Resources Management

By: Gerald R. Ferris (Editor), James B. Shaw (Editor), Paul S. Kirkbride (Editor), Kendrith M. Rowland (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st February 1994
ISBN: 9781559387200
Number Of Pages: 404

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This supplemental volume is divided into parts covering the broad view of international human resources management, HRM issues and practices in Europe and in other important regions, and international HRM and expatriates.

Identifying Patterns in HRM Systems: Lessons from Organizational Theoryp. 3
Dosing the Glue: Applying Human Resource Technology to Build the Global Organizationp. 21
Professional Services and International Strategic Human Resources: Interfirm Teams and Ongoing Relationships with Free Agentsp. 55
Triple-Loop Action Learning as HRM Method: Two European Casesp. 75
Diagnosing "Best Practice" in Human Resource Management Practicesp. 95
Personnel or Human Resource Management: Some Irish Evidencep. 115
Cross-National Differences in Preferences for Distributive Justice Norms: The Challenge of Establishing Fair Resource Allocations in the European Communityp. 133
European MNC Strategies for Internationalizing Managers: Current and Future Trendsp. 157
Development Dialogues as an Alternative to Performance Appraisal: A Tool for Strategic Human Resource Development in Europep. 171
France: Training Innovation, Social Strategies and Organizational Changep. 189
Human Resources Development, Training, and the Single European Market: A Case Study of the Food and Drinks Processing Industries in the United Kingdom, France, and Germanyp. 211
Patterns of Labor Market Participation in the U. K. and European Context: Forces and Constraints in Relation to Genderp. 239
Toward a Model of HRM in Africap. 259
Three Factors Affecting Reward Allocation in the Former USSR: An Empirical Studyp. 279
Self-Management: A Training Program For Joint Venture General Managersp. 301
Employer Influence on the Expatriate Experience: Limits and Implications for Retention in Overseas Assignmentsp. 323
The Role of Expectations During Repatriation for Japanese Managersp. 339
The Imperative for Host Country Workforce Training and Development as Part of the Expatriate Management Assignment: Toward a New Research Agendap. 359
About the Contributing Authorsp. 375
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ISBN: 9781559387200
ISBN-10: 1559387203
Series: Research in Personnel & Human Resources Management
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 404
Published: 1st February 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.24
Weight (kg): 0.74
Edition Number: 3