Normative and systems integration in human resource management in Japanese multinational companies

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Furusawa, Masayuki; Brewster, Chris; Takashina, Toshinori;

Purpose\ud This paper aims to conceptualise a framework of “transnational human resource management” (HRM) and to demonstrate the validity of the model.\ud \ud Design/methodology/approach\ud Evidence is drawn from survey of 93 large Japanese multinational companies (MNC... View more
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