DOI:10.1111/emre.12304
Corpus ID: 158050790
Linking Talent Management to Traditional and Boundaryless Career Orientations: Research Propositions and Future Directions
Marian Crowley‐Henry, E. Benson, Akram Al Ariss
Published 2019
Sociology

ERN: Personnel Policies (Topic)
Talent management (TM) is a growing field that concentrates on optimizing human resources so that they provide a sustained competitive advantage to organizations. While successful TM practices are… Expand
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