IHRM and expatriation in Japanese MNCs: HRM practices and their impact on adjustment and job performance

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Furusawa, M.; Brewster, Chris;

Studies of international human resource management (IHRM) have pointed out that Japanese multinational companies (MNCs) tend to use more parent-country nationals (PCNs) than do western MNCs. The ethnocentric staffing policies imply that the management of expatriation ha... View more
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