In fact there were no proper specifications about the needs of the workers in the work place rather it was more of a demand made and in turn the fulfilment of the demand by the employers which was known as IR / HR according to Delery (1996). Over the period there was a common pattern of convergence on divergence was carried out in which was characterised in to four employment pattern such as low wages, HRM, Japanese oriented, joint team work according to Delery (1996). But there was a difference in regions of a country and also as expected these patterns were different in different countries. Delery J. (1996) describes that although the convergence on divergence of employment patterns was the same four all over the world the working of the patterns did vary. Developed countries had a different way of approaching... [continues]
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