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Human-resource-based theory of the small firm, A

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  • Charlotte Koch
  • Jan de Kok

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Presentatie van een conceptueel model over de wijze waarop personeelsbeleid tot stand komt in kleinere bedrijven. Het model geeft weer hoe verschillende algemene kenmerken van kleinere bedrijven zich verhouden tot het personeelsbeleid. Personeelsbeleid in kleinere bedrijven wordt door drie karakteristieken gekenmerkt, te weten een sterke nadruk op teamgeest, een informele werkwijze en een centrale rol van de ondernemer.

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  • Charlotte Koch & Jan de Kok, 1999. "Human-resource-based theory of the small firm, A," Scales Research Reports H199906, EIM Business and Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:eim:papers:h199906
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    1. Justin Bem & Pierre Joubert Nguetse Tegoum & Tatiana Morel Samo Tcheeko & Jacksone Essoh, 2013. "Efficience de production du secteur informel non-agricole et réduction de la pauvreté au Cameroun," Working Papers PMMA 2013-06, PEP-PMMA.

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