International Journal of Manpower


An interdisciplinary journal on human resources, management & labour economics



Table Of Contents: Volume 21 Issue 7

Inclination to opt for teleworking

Yehuda Baruch, Yuk King Joan Yuen

Teleworking is a developing practice in an increasing trend towards more flexible forms of work. This study investigates the attitudes of employees who have no experience…

Are longer hours reducing productivity in manufacturing?

Edward Shepard, Thomas Clifton

This paper provides statistical evidence of the effects of overtime hours on worker productivity using aggregate panel data for 18 manufacturing industries within the US…

Adjustment of Chinese mainland vs. Western business expatriates assigned to Hong Kong

Jan Selmer, Bahman P. Ebrahimi, Li Mingtao

Business expatriates from the PRC mainland and Western countries assigned to Hong Kong were surveyed assessing their sociocultural and psychological adjustment. Despite…

Knowledge‐related skills and effective career management

Uzoamaka P. Anakwe, James C. Hall, Susan M. Schor

This study addresses recent changes in the career development climate in the USA in which individuals have ultimate responsibility for managing their own careers. We…



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