Chapter 9: Exploring ‘Bundles’ of Employment Practices: Culture, Language and Translation Perspectives
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This chapter summarises the findings of the book, touching upon the main aspects examined in each section. It also discusses the role of English as a lingua franca, and the limitations its usage might entail in terms of reciprocal understanding. Finally, it stresses how the awareness of the terminology problem in comparative employee relations might help practitioners to become sensitized to differences in meaning and practice, and also where they originate from.

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