In focus, Hungarian and Central Eastern European characteristics of hunman resource management – An international comparative survey
AbstractThe HR practices of the former state-socialist countries have gone through significant changes. The analysis of the developments, built on the Cranet (2004) survey, intends to describe the similarities and differences found between 6 countries of the Central Eastern European region and the total sample of 32 countries participating in the survey. The primary aim of the paper is to highlight the strands of international human resource management, investigating the main focuses, strong and weak elements of both CHRM and HRM. Moreover, it attempts to formulate suggestions on where and how to increase the explanatory power of the current models of CHRM, based on the experiences gained by this analysis.
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Volume (Year): 14 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 9 - 47
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