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International human resource management

Scullion, H. (2001) International human resource management. In: Human Resource Management: A Critical Text. International Thompson Business Press. ISBN 1-86152-605-9

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Abstract

This chapter examines international human resource management. Provides students with a critical examination of contemporary concerns and debates in HRM. Covers all of the main practice areas including resourcing, assessment, training and development, reward systems and employee involvement and partnership.