East Asian Firms Should Let Employees Have External Networks
Sun-Ki Chai and Mooweon Rhee, University of Hawai`i
Typical East Asian firms have practices that result in their employees operating in closed social and business networks. This closure increases loyalty and productivity. But globalization and increasing competition having at least some employees who can bridge to external networks. Companies need to find ways to recruit, sustain and rewards such employees.
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