This book focuses on how human resources in Chinese industrial enterprises were managed before and after the commencement of economic reforms in China. It details aspects of human resource management during Mao's regime and examines current changes in HRM since the late 1970s. The book concludes by offering a new integrative model of HRM in Chinese enterprises which highlights the various influences on contemporary Chinese HRM polices and practices.
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