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2015 | 1 (15) | nr 2 | 22--51
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Alternative Configurations of Firm-level Employment Systems : Evidence from American Companies

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This paper examines the concept of employment systems, describes alternative models of employment systems, selects one for empirical examination and uses data on HRM practices for several hundred American firms to test the predictions of this model. We find considerable support for the existence of distinct ESs but weaker support for this particular ES model.(original abstract)
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