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Autoren: 
Croucher, Richard
Rizov, Marian
Datum: 
2015
Quellenangabe: 
[Journal:] The International Journal of Human Resource Management [ISSN:] 0958-5192 [Volume:] 26 [Issue:] 21 [Pages:] 2701-2717
Zusammenfassung: 
We compare how far companies based in Africa, India and the 'global North' operating in Mauritius adopt high-trust flexible working practices and how these are linked to different clusters of wider labour management practice. Using comprehensive firmlevel data collected in late 2011, we find that African/Indian company practices are closer to those of indigenous firms than to those of Northern companies. The different company groups operate in quite different ways but regional multi-national enterprises operate in a similar way to indigenous companies. We therefore conclude that Rugman and Verbeke's 'regionalization' theory also applies to the HR field. We further find that both a relatively strategic approach to HRM and measures to develop employer- employee interdependence are, respectively, linked directly and indirectly to flexible working incidence.
Schlagwörter: 
employer–employee interdependence
flexible working
multinational enterprises
regionalisation
strategic HRM
JEL: 
M54
M52
M14
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