Managing Human Resources in the Middle East provides the reader with an understanding of the dynamics of HRM in this important region. Systematic analysis highlights the main factors and variables dictating HRM policies and practices within each country. Diverse and unique cultural, institutional and business environment factors which play a significant role in determining HRM systems in the region are also elaborated upon.
The text moves from a general overview of HRM in the Middle-East to an exploration of the current status, role and strategic importance of the HR function in a wide-range of country-specific chapters, before highlighting the emerging HRM models and future challenges for research, policy and practice.
This text is invaluable reading for academics, students and practitioners alike.
1. Introduction: Managing Human Resources in the Middle-East 2. Human Resource Management in Iran 3. Human Resource Management in Oman 4. Human Resource Management in the United Arab Emirates 5. Human Resource Management in Kuwait 6. Human Resource Management in Saudi Arabia 7. Human Resource Management in Qatar 8. Human Resource Management in Jordan 9. Human Resource Management in Turkey 10. Human Resource Management in Israel 11. Human Resource Management in Egypt 12. Human Resource Management in Sudan 13. Human Resource Management in Tunisia 14. Human Resource Management in Algeria 15. Human Resource Management in Morocco 16. HRM in the Middle East: Emerging HRM Models and Future Challenges for Research and Policy
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Dedication: The late Professor Michael Poole was one of the founding series editors and the series is dedicated to his memory.