The Growing Interest in Corporate Social Responsibility :Implications for Employment Relations

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McCarthy, Terence Edward. (2004) The Growing Interest in Corporate Social Responsibility :Implications for Employment Relations. In Paul Hyland and Gordon Stewart (Ed.). Rockhampton,Australia: International Employment Relations Association. pp. 1 - 12
AuthorsMcCarthy, Terence Edward
KeywordsIndustrial Relations
Year2004
JournalRegionalism and Globalisation - The Challenge For Employment Relations
PublisherInternational Employment Relations Association
Open accessOpen access
Page range1 - 12
ISBN1876674636
Place of publicationRockhampton,Australia
EditorsPaul Hyland and Gordon Stewart
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