International Journal of Manpower

Strapline:

An interdisciplinary journal on human resources, management & labour economics

Category:

Economics

Table Of Contents: Volume 9 Issue 2

USING DEMOCRATIC SIMILARITY IN HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING TO BUILD A COMMITTED WORKFORCE

Andrew J. Templer, Robert H. Schwartz

Introduction There is little doubt that organisations wishing to survive in the increasingly competitive environment of the 1990s must have a clear plan for their…

EARNINGS AND JOB MOBILITY OVER THE LIFE CYCLE: INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL PROCESSES

John Creedy, Keith Whitfield

Introduction The literature on earnings change has increasingly suggested that the key processes generating earnings inequality are those operating within the firm…

MANAGING EXPATRIATES

Chris Brewster

Introduction Expatriate managers are crucial members of all major multinational corporations (MNCs). And they are very expensive. To send a manager abroad can typically…

THE HUNGARIAN ECONOMIC REFORM: PROBLEMS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE CULTURE

Magdolna Csath

Introduction The Hungarian economic reform in 1968 was a departure from the centralised, autocratic economic and political system which existed prior to that time. In the…

MEASURING INTERNAL STRATEGIC CHOICE DECISIONS AND THEIR LINKAGES TO THE REWARD STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY IN A HIGH TECHNOLOGY FIRM

Luis R. Gomez‐Mejia, Joseph E. McCann

Assessing Internal Strategic Choice Decisions The strategic choice models of Child, Galbraith, Thompson, and related work by Ansoff, Chakravarthy and Miles and Snow…

ISSN:

0143-7720

Online date, start – end:

1980

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Adrian Ziderman