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International Journal of Human Resource Management is a journal indexed in SJR in Strategy and Management and Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management with an H index of 130. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,571 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,571.

International Journal of Human Resource Management focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: expatriates, gender, diversity, performance, financial, filter, firm, impact, inequalities, innovation, ...

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Aims and Scope

expatriates, gender, diversity, performance, financial, filter, firm, impact, inequalities, innovation, job, lepakagency, adjustment, making, management, mediating, nurses, organizationsintellectual, participative, degradation, balance, capital, case, commitment, cooperative, countries, crosscultural, david, advantageemployability, difference, organizational, dutch, eastern, employment, enrichment, european,

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The impact of external constraints on labour rights: the case of the Philippines

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The effects of job-search motives and coping on psychological health and re-employment: a study of unemployed Hong Kong Chinese

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Malaysian industrial relations at century's turn: Vision 2020 or a spectre of the past?

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Manpower restructuring in the state-owned railway industry of China: the role of the state in human resource strategy

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Labour turnover and management retention strategies in new manufacturing plants

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The impact of cultural value orientations on individual HRM preferences in developing countries: lessons from Kenyan organizations

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