Edited by Chris Brewster, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Elaine Farndale
Chapter 31: Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan: issues and trends in HRM
This chapter explores human resource management (HRM) in three countries that share common geographic (East Asia) and economic (embracing capitalism) features, despite considerable differences in their ethnic and cultural make-up. The chapter presents reviews of each country’s typical approach to HRM explained by the increasingly (financially and politically) challenging contextual settings, including a new discussion on workplace diversity (and discrimination) management.
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