The Impact of Foreign Labour Movement in Tanzania Media Industry
by Mkabakuli, Saidi Ahmed
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International human resource influx can be traced in the Slave Trade period or earlier than that. During that time human being (people) were transferred from one content to other continents for purpose to be used as a mean of production (workforce). It is with the same concept Tanganyika (now Tanzania) witnessed coming of foreign human resources who came to serve in varied positions. Some came to serve colonial administration and other to serve colonial bourgeoisies and merchants. This work analyses the impact of The Impact of Foreign Labour Movement in Tanzania taking Media Industry as a case study.
Mkabakuli, Saidi Ahmed
Saidi is a communications and management scholar, a graduate of duo master's degree (Master in International Communication Management from The Hague University, and Masters in Human Resources Management, from the Open University of Tanzania. He is fond of studying strategic studies mainly in HR Management, Consultancy, and International HR.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
April 10, 2017
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