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Business and Management.
The purpose of this paper is to analyse how performance management (PM) has evolved to its current presence in Ireland as a sophisticated management tool. This paper will focus on intercultural and cross-cultural PM, its communication and training in the process in Ireland. This paper will examine its practice in the Irish private and public sectors and will also analyse a study on low-skilled employment of predominately migrant labour in Dublin. This paper will make a case for the roll out of PM to all sectors of the Irish workforce, including temporary and contract workers.
Corbett, K. (2016). Performance Management in Irish Public and Private Sector Organisations: Moving Towards Multicultural Performance Management Practice. Cross-Cultural Business Conference, 19th-20th May, School of Management, Steyr Campus, Austria