Edited by Chris Brewster, Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Elaine Farndale
Chapter 3: Cultural perspectives on comparative HRM
This chapter focuses on national cultural explanations of variation in human resource management (HRM) practice. Presenting multiple frameworks of national culture, the authors demonstrate how managerial choices across HRM practices are shaped by cultural values and norms, and consider what this means for multinational corporations and the transfer of practices across national borders. The chapter reflects critically on the limitations of the cultural perspectives on comparative HRM, and discusses directions for future research.
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