Peter Boxall and Steve Frenkel
Ian Bateman, Wanhong Yang and Peter Boxall
Peter Boxall, Hugh Bainbridge and Stephen Frenkel
This chapter compares and contrasts human resource management (HRM) models in Australia and New Zealand, discussing how despite both being liberal market economies, the differences between the countries in size (geographically and economically) result in variance in HRM practice. In particular, the review emphasises the importance of small business and informal characteristics of HRM in New Zealand, compared to the typically larger Australian organisations.