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Human Resources In Chinese Management - Between The Memoirs Of Ancestry And The Purview Of Contemporaneity

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  • Phd. Ioana-Bianca Berna
  • Maria-Beatrice Berna
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    The strategic planning of human resources1 management in China has taken the shift gear that economic development in China embarked on plenty of years ago. This commution in the case of human resources strategic planning has taken a lot of time to be released. The implementation of strategic planning has been put in motion by the influence that branches of foreign firms, opened in China, has been placed upon local firms. It was imperative that an actuation of human resources management strategies to be sparked off as the polishing of image of local firms needed to happen, considering all the haling circumstances involved. In this article, we aim to present a philosophical ancestry of the principles that Chinese corporate thinking in the field of human resources management, as well as a personal conspectus of the state in which human resources management strategies are applied today.

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    Article provided by Fundatia Amfiteatru in its journal International Journal for Human Capital Development.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 2 (November)
    Pages: 45-56

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    Handle: RePEc:amf:ijhcda:v:1:y:2013:i:2:p:45-56
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