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[IWS] NAVIGATING THE LABOR MARKET IN CHINA: ENHANCING EXPATRIATE EFFECTIVENESS [6 October 2010]

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NAVIGATING THE LABOR MARKET IN CHINA: ENHANCING EXPATRIATE EFFECTIVENESS [6 October 2010]

By Michelle Atkinson; Ann M. Kubricky; Nathan J. Sheranian

http://cornellhrreview.org/2010/10/06/navigating-the-labor-market-in-china-enhancing-expatriate-effectiveness/#more-353

or

http://cornellhrreview.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/chrr-2010-atkinson-kubricky-sheranian-expats-in-china.pdf

[full-text, 6 pages]

 

Abstract:

As business continues to grow in China, employers there struggle to find locals who possess the needed knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet the talent demands of the market. Many multinational corporations fill requisitions with candidates from outside of their local region or even from outside China.



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