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Das Schweigen der Lämmer? Internationales Personalmanagement und die großen gesellschaftlichen Fragen – Plädoyer für eine Neuorientierung

  • Wolfgang MayrhoferEmail author
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Part of the Forschung und Praxis an der FHWien der WKW book series (FPGHW)

Zusammenfassung

PersonalistInnen in der Organisationspraxis haben es traditionell schwer. Sie verdienen weniger als ihre KollegInnen in Aufgabenbereichen wie Finanzen, Marketing oder Rechnungswesen, kommen seltener an die Unternehmensspitze und sind zudem noch wenig angesehen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.WU WienWienÖsterreich

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