HR IN ASIA: IF YOU CAN'T SELL, YOU CAN'T WORK HERE Skilled workers and managers in the Far East are now as scarce as pioneer women were in the Old West. As a result, HR managers in Asia are looked in a heated battle--angling to snag good prospects, train them, and hold them long enough to make the effort worthwhile
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HRMagazine : on human resource management. - Alexandria, Va : Society for Human Resource Management, ISSN 1047-3149, ZDB-ID 10496026. - Vol. 42.1997, 7, p. 104-111
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