International Journal of Human Resource Management 1996 - Abstracts

International Journal of Human Resource Management 1996
TitleSubjectAuthors
Americans may call the shots in shake-up of UK's telecoms.(E.M. Warburg Pincus and Co., British Telecom, Cable and Wireless and Mercury Communications)Human resources and labor relationsEric Reguly
A review of expatriate staffing practices in Australian business enterprises.Human resources and labor relationsAlan Fish, Jack Wood
Attitudes to pay systems: an exploratory study within and across cultures.Human resources and labor relationsAminu Mamman, Mohamed Sulaiman, Alfadli Fadel
Barriers perceived by young Chinese adults to their employment in companies in the UK.Human resources and labor relationsMary Y.N. Pang
Catching up on competitors: how organizations can motivate employees to work harder.Human resources and labor relationsBirgit Benkhoff
Chinese enterprise reform, human resources and the 1994 Labour Law.Human resources and labor relationsMalcolm Warner
Comparative research in human resource management: a review and an example.Human resources and labor relationsChris Brewster, Ariane Hegewisch, Olga Tregaskis, Lesley Mayne
Cross-cultural study of managerial recruitment tools in Nordic countries.Human resources and labor relationsMaud Tixier
Determinants of employee willingness to use feedback for performance improvement: cultural and organizational interpretations.Human resources and labor relationsSyed Akhtar, Jenny S.Y. Lee
Disseminating knowledge to build a learning organization.Human resources and labor relationsFrank Sligo
Downsizing and outplacement: the role of human resource management.Human resources and labor relationsNancy Papalexandris
Employee acceptance of organizational change: the role of organizational commitment.Human resources and labor relationsRoderick D. Iverson
Ethnicity, nationality and gender: a cross-cultural comparison of business ethical decisions in four countries.Human resources and labor relationsCarolyn B. Erdener
Evaluating change in European industrial relations: research evidence on trends at organizational level.Human resources and labor relationsMichael Morley, Chris Brewster, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Patrick Gunnigle
Expatriate management policies in UK companies new to the international scene.Human resources and labor relationsNick Forster, Mette Johnsen
Expatriate or local bosses? HCN subordinates' preferences in leadership behaviour. (host-country national subordinates)Human resources and labor relationsJan Selmer
French multinational companies' strategies and co-ordination mechanisms: the role of human resource management in Europe and Nigeria.Human resources and labor relationsIsabelle Huault
Global or local? HRM in the multinational company: the Irish experience.Human resources and labor relationsKathy Monks
High commitment management and unionization in the UK.Human resources and labor relationsStephen Wood
How do lean management organizations behave regarding training and development?Human resources and labor relationsRudiger Kabst, Henrik Holt Larsen, Pia Bramming
HRM and employee involvement in Britain and Sweden: a comparative study.Human resources and labor relationsLen Holden
Human factors in the transfer of the 'Japanese best practice' manufacturing system to Singapore.Human resources and labor relationsRonald A. Rodgers, Jacqueline Wong
Human resource aspects of ISO 9000 in Belgian organizations.Human resources and labor relationsDaniel Vloeberghs, Jan Bellens
Human resource information systems: operational issues and strategic considerations in a global environment.Human resources and labor relationsGregory Jelf, John Hannon, Deborah Brandes
Human resource management implications of dual-career couples.Human resources and labor relationsJennifer Pierce, Brian L. Delhaye
Human resource management in relation to generic strategies, a comparison of chemical and food and drink companies in the Netherlands and Great Britain.Human resources and labor relationsArndt Sorge, Marielle Heijltjes, Arjen van Witteloostujn
Human resource management in transitional economies: the case of Poland and the Czech Republic.Human resources and labor relationsRosalie L. Tung, Stephen J. Havlovic
In search of management development in Europe: from self-fulfilling prophecies to organizational competence.Human resources and labor relationsHenrik Holt Larsen
It's a small world: managing human resources in small business.Human resources and labor relationsDavid Coates, John Storey, Peter Ackers, Nicholas Bacon
Managing human resources for learning and innovation: a comparative study of Brazilian, Japanese and Korean firms.(qualitative research in telecoms industry)Human resources and labor relationsMaria Teresa Leme Fleury
Mobilizing consent: paternalism and cellular manufacturingHuman resources and labor relationsDarren McCabe, John Black
New technology, human resources and competitiveness in developing countries: the role of technology transfer.Human resources and labor relationsTrevor Williams
Opening up the black box: a UK case study of top managers' attitudes to their performance related pay.Human resources and labor relationsMark Fenton-O'Creevy, Timothy J. Morris
Organizational attractiveness in Japan: a screening perspective.Human resources and labor relationsJohn M. Hannon
Seeking innovation team players: contextual determinants of preferred applicant attributes.(employee selection)Human resources and labor relationsRichard Koestner, Nicolay A.M. Worren
Strangers in a strange land: expatriate paranoia and the dynamics of exclusion.Human resources and labor relationsDavid Richards
Strategic choice and new forms of employment relations in the public service sector: developing an analytical framework.Human resources and labor relationsJohn Purcell, Ian Kessler
Tackling age discrimination in employment in Singapore.Human resources and labor relationsYaw A. Debrah
The conditions for international human resource management: two case studies.Human resources and labor relationsAnthony Ferner, Paul Edwards, Keith Sisson
The integration-differentiation puzzle: a resource-capability perspective in international human resource management.Human resources and labor relationsKen Kamoche
Variation in the average leadership behaviour of managers across countries: Finnish expatriates' experiences from Germany, Sweden, France and Great Britain.Human resources and labor relationsVesa Suutari
Work experiences, work adjustment and psychological well-being of expatriate employees in Hong Kong.Human resources and labor relationsSamuel Aryee, Raymond J. Stone
Work-force cutback decisions of Israeli managers: a test of a strategic model.Human resources and labor relationsZehava Rosenblatt, Bilha Mannheim
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