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||Human Resource Management|
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||The Comparisons of High Performance Work Practices among Taiwanese , Chinese Corporations and American Subsidiaries|
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||High Performance Work Practices
Reduction of Status Differences
Ongoing Trend of High Performance Work Practices
||This study adopts qualitative approach , through interviewing with nine case companies ( including three American subsidiaries in Taiwan , three Taiwanese companies in Taiwan and three Chinese companies in China ) as well as secondary data collection to understand how they implement High Performance Work Practices (HPWP). The nine case corporations have different background and are in different industries. However , most of their employees are Chinese (in Taiwan and China) and have the same culture background. |
This study finds out some of the HPWP are implemented by all companies , like Selective hiring、Team & decentralization、Compensation contingency、Extensive training. On the other hand , some of the HPWP are not implemented by all companies , likeEmployment security、Reduced status distinctions、Sharing information.At the same time this studyfinds outthatcompany’s background and employees’ background will affect how the company carries out HPWP.
This study also finds out two ongoing trend of High Performance Work Practices :(1) Continuous modification HR practices to be the update HPWP ; (2) Aggressive application HR practices to develop high performance talents.
Another finding is that , all case companies are grouped according to the different perspectives , non-high-tech corporations , local enterprises or Chinese enterprises are more willing to adopt “employment security” than high-techcorporations , multinational enterprises or Non-Chinese enterprises. On the other hand , high-techcorporations ,or multinational enterprises , or non-Chinese enterprises have fewer status differences than non-high-tech corporations ,or local enterprises , or Chinese enterprises .
Keyword：High Performance Work Practices 、Human Resources 、Employment Security、Reduction of Status Differences、Ongoing Trend of High Performance Work Practices
||Wang , Yu-Ping - chair|
Yu, Ming-Chu - co-chair
Jaw , Bih-Shiaw - advisor
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