Recruitment and Selection: Debates, Controversies and Variations in Europe

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Wood, G
Szamosi, LT
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Michael Dickmann, Chris Brewster, Paul Sparrow

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2016
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As Brewster (1995) notes, organizational level HR practices are intimately bound up with context. Hence Sparrow and Hiltrop (1997) and Ignjatović and Svetlik (2003) suggest that the distinctiveness of Human Resource Management (HRM) in Europe reflects institutional factors including legislation, informal regulation and the nature of state intervention, as well as associated cultural dynamics.

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International Human Resource Management: Contemporary Human Resource Issues in Europe

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3rd

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1

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Human resources management

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