Communication

Bingham, C. 2008. Communication. in: Porter, C., Bingham, C. and Simmonds, D.A.J. (ed.) Exploring human resource management London, UK McGraw-Hill. pp. 65-90

Chapter titleCommunication
AuthorsBingham, C.
EditorsPorter, C., Bingham, C. and Simmonds, D.A.J.
Book titleExploring human resource management
Page range65-90
Year2008
PublisherMcGraw-Hill
Publication dates
Published2008
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN9780077111021

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