Refugee employment support: The HRM–CSR nexus and stakeholder co‐dependency

@article{Lee2021RefugeeES,
  title={Refugee employment support: The HRM–CSR nexus and stakeholder co‐dependency},
  author={Eun Su Lee and Betina Szkudlarek},
  journal={Human Resource Management Journal},
  year={2021}
}
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Research, Dissemination, and Activism – The Grand Challenge of Refugees' Integration: An Interview with Betina Szkudlarek
  • J. Osland
  • Political Science
    Advances in Global Leadership
  • 2022
Betina Szkudlarek, a highly valued member of the editor team of Advances in Global Leadership (volumes 12–14) is resigning, to our regret, to dedicate more time to her work with refugees. Based on

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