The consensus between Italian HR and sustainability managers on HR management for sustainabilitydriven change – towards a ‘strong' HR management system

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Autore
Marco Guerci; Matteo Pedrini
Anno di pubblicazione
2013
Collana
The International Journal of Human Resource Management
Tipologia
Articoli su riviste scientifiche nazionali e internazionali
Divisione
Strategie e Sostenibiltà