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International Human Resource Management in South Korean Multinational Enterprises
Published by Springer Verlag Singapore
Compelling for academics in HRM but also related social sciences, HR practitioners, and corporate leaders alike, this book is a timely look at new Asian corporate cultures.
In this book, Korean multinational enterprises management strategies in China are analyzed. China is re centering Asia around its newfound economic might, even as neighboring countries such as Japan and Korea will remain more economically developed for generations to come. How do Asian companies adapt to the Chinese market? In this fascinating study, Haiying Kang and Jie Shen investigate how Korean enterprises have adapted human resources practices to the evolving corporate climate in China. Unorthodox blends of culture, legal expectations, and more make the market a truly interesting one to explore HRM practices on the margins. Compelling for academics in HRM but also related social sciences, HR practitioners, and corporate leaders alike, this book is a timely look at new Asian corporate cultures.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Methodology Chapter 3: International recruitment and selection Chapter 4: International training and development Chapter 5: International performance appraisal Chapter 6: International reward and compensation Chapter 7: The use and management of non-traditional expatriates Chapter 8: The effects of IHRM policies and practices on HCNs' attitudes toward expatriates Chapter 9: Discussion and conclusions
Dr Haiying Kang is a lecturer at RMIT University, Australia holding a PhD in Human Resource Management from the University of South Australia. Her research interest is international human resource management. Dr Jie Shen is a professor of HRM in Shenzhen International Business School, Shenzhen University. He received PhD degree at Brunel University. His research interests are HRM, IHRM, and organizational behaviour.
Reviewer: Caleb Simmons
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