Ameliorating The Effects Of Global Crisis On Human Resources
Capitalist globalisation has produced certain negative consequences for human resources, industrial democracy and humanity in general. Globalisation is a powerful force that cannot be denied, however, conversely, it has also threatened life, in a broader sense. Globalisation was perceived by globalisers as a worldwide remedy for worldwide problems, but is viewed with great pessimism amongst proletariat (workers). In fact, current globalisation has an enormous negative impact on human resources, industrial democracy and humanity, at large.
Volume (Year): 2 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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