Human Resource Management in Emerging Economies
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Human Resource Management in Emerging Economies explores - by means of qualitative and quantitative research methods - the problematics of human resource management in post-communist emerging economies. It also focuses on such interrelated issues as privatisation, trade-unionism, corporate social responsibility, work-life balance and senior employment. The book adopts a multidisciplinary perspective, referring to theories and concepts associated with management, economics, occupational psychology and sociology. Moreover, it contextualises the discussion by including a politico-historical background, and substantiates its claims with findings from empirical research.
This book's multi-faceted approach reflects the complex nature of the subject matter, allowing readers to develop a better understanding of the idiosyncrasies of employment relations in eastern Europe.
Introduction 1. Communist-era workplace realities and the systemic transformation 2. Industrial relations and trade unionism 3. Human resource management in Polish organizations 4. Corporate social responsibility and work-life balance in Poland 5. Employment and management of older employees Conclusions