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Linking Organisational Training and Development Practices with New Forms of Career Structure: A Cross-National Exploration

Authors Aidan, Kelly
Brannick, Teresa
Hulpke, John
Levine, Jacqueline
To, Michelle
Issue Date 2003
Source Journal of European Industrial Training , Vol. 27, (2/3/4), 2003, p. 160-168
Summary This paper reports the results of an empirical study which explores the extent to which career structures have changed. The study examines the influence of technological change, fast-changing environments, manufacturing and increasing globalisation of products and service markets on careers. The study focuses on these issues in a cross-cultural context. The study found that in general, more sophisticated human resources activities were associated with career pathing in organizations.
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ISSN 0309-0590
Language English
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