A Consideration of International Differences in the Legal Context of Employment Selection

Authored by: Emilee Tison , Kristen Pryor , Michael Aamodt , Eric Dunleavy

Handbook of Employee Selection

Print publication date:  March  2017
Online publication date:  March  2017

Print ISBN: 9781138915190
eBook ISBN: 9781315690193
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Chapter 29 in this Handbook does an excellent job of identifying and discussing international differences in employment law. In this chapter, we attempt to understand these differences by establishing a framework around the development and evolution of employment law as it relates to employee selection, promotion, and termination. We will first summarize three main categories of international differences in employment law, particularly in terms of primary differences from the U.S., and then propose a model to explain why these differences exist.

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