Human resource management for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and Sustainable Development (SD): Practical policies' implications for managers
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Naude, M. and Barzantny, C. 2011. Human resource management for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and Sustainable Development (SD): Practical policies' implications for managers, in Monika Narvydaite (ed), British Academy of Mangement: Building and Sustaining High Performance Organisations in a Challenging Environment, Sep 13 2011. Birmingham: BAM.
Proceedings of the British Academy of Management conference: Building and sustaining high performance organisations in a challenging environment
Curtin Graduate School of Business
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