Comparative Human Resource Management Practices in the U.S., Japan, Korea, and the People’s Republic of China

December 19, 1988
Mary Ann Von Glinow and Byung Jae Chung state that human Resource managers in the United States and in other countries have a number of operating assumptions that guide their thinking about the firm's human assets.

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