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Certain analytical levels were completely neglected in the traditional personnel management literature. This is changing as the business school discipline of HRM improves the academic basis of the subject. This article addresses. the public policy/societal level of analysis drawing inspiration...
This article summarizes the perceptions of several senior Human Resource Development practitioners operating in four Australian states. It reviews the reasons for increased expenditure on training the continuing shift in the focus of HRD within organizations, the birth of a new HR organization,...
This paper examines how Singapore has used compensation policies to remain competitive and to further enhance its competitiveness It discusses evolution of compensation policies in Singapore, highlights central features of the current flexible wage system, and identifies some issues that may...
As the time when Hong Kong will revert to Chinese sovereignty draws nearer, it becomes an increasingly difficult place in which to practice HRM. Recent political, economic and social changes are discussed, and it is argued that HR managers can no longer rely on having a committed workforce, an...
Australian industrial relations have continued to move toward decentralization. The events of 1991 reveal that the persistent calls for decentralized bargaining between employers, employees and their representative organizations are having effect: enterprise bargaining within the federal system...
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