Managing People Globally

An Asian Perspective

By

  • Chris Rowley, City University, UK and HEAD Foundation, Singapore
  • Wes Harry, Cass Business School, UK

This wide-ranging review of human resources management (HRM) in Asia draws attention to issues which are substantially different from those which a Western-trained manager or student would expect. Intra-regional issues are examined and, in an unusual approach, topics are organised thematically, rather than by the more typical country-by-country approach.
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Audience

International business managers and international human resources managers

 

Book information

  • Published: March 2011
  • Imprint: Chandos Publishing
  • ISBN: 978-1-84334-223-6


Table of Contents

Introduction: HRM context, development and scope; Employee resourcing; Employee rewards; Employee development; Employee relations; Conclusion; Appendices.