East European plans facing HR challenge

Welch, Jilly
March 1997
People Management;03/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p9
Reports the plans of British employers as they expand their companie sinto former communist countries in Europe. Company venturing in Eastern Europe; United Kingdom employers experience of personnel problems; Comments of Katarzyna Kopaczewska of Polish HR Association on the shortage of skilled employees in Eastern Europe; Reform of tax laws in eastern-bloc governments.


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