Examines the ways in of organising work, rank, compensation, and promotion inside a large Japanese company in Hong Kong, and its spiritual training, to reveal the socio-economic base of managerial control. A must for anthropologists and Japanologists.These decisions were arbitrary, as the Board had no formal or standardised assessment procedure. ... by the head of Personnel and General Affairs Department to draft a final list and submit it to the Board for routine approval. ... In fact. not a single recommendation was rejected in the meeting. ... Each was assigned a number, and each member was asked to write down the numbers of nominees whoseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Japanese Bosses, Chinese Workers|
|Author||:||Wong Heung Wah Wong|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-03-05|