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Human resource management in the Asia Pacific region

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Published by Frank Cass in London, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.,
  • Pacific Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Personnel management -- Asia.,
    • Personnel management -- Pacific Area.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesAsia Pacific business review. Special number.
      Statementedited by Chris Rowley.
      SeriesStudies in Asia Pacific business,
      ContributionsRowley, Chris, 1959-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5549.2.A75 H86 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination216 p. :
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL695423M
      ISBN 100714648493, 0714644072
      LC Control Number97042862

        The Changing Role of the Human Resource Profession in the Asia Pacific Region of industries across the APAC region This book is based on over two years of rigorous research conducted by. Together with the authors of this book, he established the “Global Association for Human Resources Management”. Prior to this, he was in several international HR management roles at Daimler in Europe, North America and Asia/Pacific, including regional HR .

      The Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies will specialize in the areas of government, environment and development economics deemed necessary for the development of the Asia Pacific Region. Its purpose is to form practical resolutions for issues in the Asia Pacific and to cultivate human resources who will contribute to sustained development.   HR Policy India: Getting back to Work & National Disaster Management Act Zoom Webinar - 14th May, at 6PM (India GMT) APERG August Membership Meeting August 05 - Aug Nanjing, China - Hosted by A.O. Smith APERG Webinar - November Regional Update Novem RingCentral Webinar System.

      Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources is an applied, peer-reviewed journal which aims to communicate the development and practice of the field of human resources within the Asia Pacific region. The journal publishes the results of research, theoretical and conceptual developments, and examples of current practice. Search for Human Resources jobs in Asia Pacific at some of the world's top companies using Page Executive's leading recruitment consultancy Country Head Talent Management - Technology Services. Tokyo 23 wards Create Job alert to receive Human Resources - Asia Pacific jobs via email the minute they become available.


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