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Japanese Workplaces in Transition: Employee Perceptions epub ebook

by H. Meyer-Ohle

Japanese Workplaces in Transition: Employee Perceptions epub ebook

Author: H. Meyer-Ohle
Category: Business Culture
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2009 edition (May 14, 2009)
Pages: 214 pages
ISBN: 0230229387
ISBN13: 978-0230229389
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HENDRIK MEYER-OHLE is Associate Professor for Japanese Business and Management in the Department of Japanese Studies of the National University of Singapore.

HENDRIK MEYER-OHLE is Associate Professor for Japanese Business and Management in the Department of Japanese Studies of the National University of Singapore.

Exploring the changes in Japanese workplaces such as restructuring, incentive principles and the increasing use of contingent workers from the perspective of employees, this title provides new insights into the mindsets of the workers by contrasting survey and theoretical sources with excerpts from blogs published by Japanese people.

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Japanese Workplaces in Transition : Employee Perceptions. Exploring the changes in Japanese workplaces such as restructuring, incentive principles and the increasing use of contingent workers from the perspective of employees, this title provides new insights into the mindsets of the workers by contrasting survey and theoretical sources with excerpts from blogs published by Japanese people.

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Exploring the changes in Japanese workplaces such as restructuring, incentive principles and the increasing use of contingent workers from the perspective of employees, this title provides new insights into the mindsets of the workers by contrasting survey and theoretical sources with excerpts from blogs published by Japanese people.
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