This edited work attempts to amake sensea of recent developments in the field of Human Resource Management in the Peopleas Republic of China. It attempts to see how the paradoxes and contradictions engendered by contemporary Chinese society are being resolved in the enterprises and workplaces of the Middle Kingdom. The book starts with an overview of the literature, then follows with a selection of micro-oriented, concerned with topics like recruitment and retention, then macro-oriented empirical studies, a number of the latter dealing with strategic as well as performance issues, with last, those comparing sets of societal cultural values. It attempts a synthesis of what has emerged from recent research on the aharmonious societya. These contributions from authors based in universities in eight countries, in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, United Kingdom and USA, cover a wide range of research on HRM, from the micro- to the macro-. Six of them teach and/or research at campuses on the Mainland. Their empirical, field-based research covers the last half-decade and presents a robust picture of both what practitioners have adopted and how researchers have tried to amake sensea of what they have investigated. This book was based on a special issue of Intl Journal of Human Resource Management.Background of the Hyundai Motor Company HMC is part of the Hyundai business group, one of Koreaa#39;s oldest and most successful chaebols. Founded in 1946 as an auto repair shop, by 1997 the group had over 60 subsidiary companies, more than 200, 000 ... HMC began to convert its production process from manual small- scale assembly to mechanised large-scale ... systems in pursuit of an ambitious goal to become one of the top 10 automobile manufacturers in the world by 2000.
|Title||:||'Making Sense' of Human Resource Management in China|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|