This book explores the emergence of new employment practices within foreign-invested Chinese Multinational Corporations from an employee perspective.to the production manual until it is officially revised. (Manager, Quality Control Division, Japanese, 53, male) However, this internal promotion principle seemed to have ... Most fresh university graduates admitted that they were satisfied with their pay (university graduatesa#39; starting salary was ... The provision of welfare packages, employeesa#39; cafeteria and accommodation did not seem to have motivated theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Human Resources in China|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013|