Human Resource Management Strategies as Competitive Advantage: A Case Example of the Hospitality Sector in Southeast Asia & the Pacific Rim
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This article analyses the vulnerability of the hospitality sector of the tourism industry in relation to its multiple business environments. Using recent regional economic and socio-political events as a catalyst for discussion, it suggests that the sustainability of this sector is largely dependent on its internal management practices. It argues that, of all management practices, its human resource management (HRM) strategies provide the key to future competitiveness.
A link to the journal RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT is also available.
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