DOI:​10.1080/09585192.2012.709190
Corpus ID: 55684300
Understanding career experiences of skilled minority ethnic workers in France and Germany
Akram Al Ariss, J. Vassilopoulou, +1 author A. Game
Published 2013
Sociology

The International Journal of Human Resource Management
Human resource management literature pays little attention to the agency of skilled ethnic minorities in Europe in terms of explaining their career choices and outcomes. As a step towards addressing… Expand
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