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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 HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
Levine, Jacqueline
To, Michelle HKUST affiliated (currently or previously)
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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