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Managing Human Resources in the Middle-East

Опубликовано на портале: 27-04-2007
Seattle: Routledge, 2006, 309 с.
Rapid developments in the fields of Human Resource Management (HRM) and International HRM (IHRM) are being highlighted in the literature. There is also a continuous increase in the levels of globalization and internationalization of business. Over the last few decades, countries in the Middle East (mainly due to their petroleum resources) have attracted significant amounts of foreign direct investment. With the increase in globalization, both academics and practitioners are interested in learning about the nature of HRM systems prevalent in the region. Considering such facts, this book presents the HRM scenario in a number of countries in the Middle East. It aims to highlight the growth of personnel/HR function in these countries, their dominant HRM system(s), along with the influence of different factors on their HRM and the challenges faced by HR functions in these nations.

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Foreword
Preface
  1. Introduction: Managing Human Resources in tne Middle East
  2. Human Resource Management in Iran
  3. Human Resource Management in Oman
  4. Human Resource Management in the United Arab Emirates
  5. Human Resource Management in Kuwait
  6. Human Resource Management in Saudi Arabia
  7. Human Resource Management in Qatar
  8. Human Resource Management in Jordan
  9. Human Resource Management in Turkey
  10. Human Resource Management in Israel
  11. Human Resource Management in Egypt
  12. Human Resource Management in Sudan
  13. Human Resource Management in Tunisia
  14. Human Resource Management in Morocco
  15. Human Resource Management in the Middle East; Emerging HRM Models and Future Challenges for Research and Policy

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