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- Capítulo de livroHow does Brazil fight contemporary slavery?: A research and education agenda in management(2017) MASCARENHAS, A. O.; DIAS, S. L. F. G.; BAPTISTA, R. M.© 2014 Taylor and Francis. All rights reserved.Contemporary slavery is a problem of global magnitude, manifested in sexual and/or economic exploitation. Despite the magnitude of the problem, the debate is often marginalised in social sciences (Bales 2004) and almost completely ignored in the field of administration (Cooke 2003; Crane 2013). Although the definition of slavery in international agreements is confused and ambiguous, Bales and Robbins (2001) suggest three core elements: (1) the control and ownership of an individual by another, (2) appropriation of the labour force and (3) the imposition of these conditions by violence or threat. In terms of economic exploitation, various forms of coercion can be exercised by global/regional companies and their supply chain partners. Organisations can have working relations analogous to slavery in the market, such as depriving workers of their dignity and infringing their fundamental human rights. Contemporary forms of slavery include forced labour, enslavement, debt bondage and slave contracts (Bales, Trodd and Williamson 2009).
- Capítulo de livroLatin America: Talent Management in the New Reality(2018-01-05) Maria Laura Maclennan; CHUEKE, V. G.; PANIBRATOV, A.; MARINOVA, S.; KLISHEVICH, D.© 2018, The Author(s).We emphasize the new tasks in managing people and talent in the Latin American context covering the least studied but probably the most promising countries in terms of market growth and environmental changes. We explore Latin American context where talent management practices are usually not in high demand as research interests but may definitely serve as important experience for global talent management knowledge.
- Capítulo de livroBrazil: Catching Up and Moving Forward(2018) Maria Laura Maclennan; CHUEKE, G. V.© 2018, The Author(s).In this chapter we concentrate on analysis of talent attraction, talent development and talent retention in Brazilian companies. We discuss what Brazilian companies should focus on to be able to create innovative talent management practices in preference to existing talent management approaches that are sometimes not applicable in the Brazilian context. In this chapter we present cases of Brazilian companies in which practices of recruitment and selection, training and talent retention are evidenced. By means of the cases it is possible to perceive the influence of the Brazilian institutional environment in the management strategies of people of the Brazilian companies.
- Capítulo de livroChile: Terra Incognita(2018) PANIBRATOV, A.; Maria Laura Maclennan; CHUEKE, G. V.© 2018, The Author(s).This chapter presents interesting lessons from companies from Chile. Particularly, we explore the cases that illustrate how talent attraction, talent development and talent retention may be a basis for organizational growth, change, continuous improvement and career development in the Chilean context. Based on these examples readers learn how firms from Chile attract, train, develop and motivate talented employees to shape their competitive advantage.
- Capítulo de livroCreating a Talent Management Agenda for a Global Environment(2018) LATUKNA, M.; VESELOVA, A.; VASELOVA, L.; POOR, J.; FEHER, J.; TIKHONOVA, V.; SELIVANOVSKIKH, L.; Maria Laura Maclennan; Vouga Chueke G.; Marinova S.; Panibratov A.; Klishevich D.© 2018, The Author(s).In Chapter 18 we summarize the main trends in talent management in global world and provide our vision on how talent management practices can help companies to be more effective.