Title

Human resource management in India and the Philippines

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publisher

Routledge

Place of Publication

United Kingdom

School

School of Business and Law

RAS ID

25712

Comments

Originally published as: Lajom, J. A. L., Restubog, S. L. D., Teng-Calleja, M., Habaradas, R., & Esquivel-Saldivar, M. C. (2017). Human Resource Management in India and the Philippines. In Routledge Handbook of Human Resource Management in Asia (pp. 373-391). Routledge. Original article available here

Abstract

India and the Philippines are currently at the forefront of economic development. Both countries are heavily influenced by Western management approaches (Neelankavil, Mathur, & Zhang, 2000). In particular, the British system of management has been the foundation of current Indian management style, while the Philippines have adopted management styles that have been originated from multinational companies that settled in the country after World War II (Tiglao, 1992). Such exposure also enabled India and the Philippines to learn and utilize English as a mode of communication for business transactions (Malhotra, Ulgado, Agarwal, Shainesh, & Lan, 2005).

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