International Human Resource Management: From Cross-cultural Management to Managing a Diverse Workforce

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Kate Hutchings, Helen De Cieri
Ashgate, 2007 - Business & Economics - 541 pages
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Since the late 1970s scholars and practitioners of international management have paid increasing attention to the impact of globalisation on the management of human resources across national boundaries. This collection of important articles and essays provides a comprehensive review and critique of developments and future directions in International Human Resource Management. Focusing on three major developments or approaches - Cross-Cultural Management, Comparative HRM and Strategic HRM - the volume explores challenges and opportunities facing researchers, international managers and employees.

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Katherine Hutchings and Helen De Cieri are both Associate Professors in the Department of Management, Monash University, Australia.

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