Ch 20 - International HR Management & Labour Relations

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CHAPTER 20 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LABOUR RELATIONS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM): Set of activities directed at attracting, developing, and maintaining the effective workforce necessary to achieve a firm’s objective Differences in culture, levels of economic development, and legal systems among countries may force changes in HRM systems INTERNATIONAL HRM PROCESS: HRM Strategic Content Performance Appraisal Labor Relations Contribution to Organizational Effectiveness INTERNATIONAL MANAGERIAL STAFFING NEEDS: Staffing Issues o Recruiting o Training o Retaining Staffing Categories o Managerial and Executive Employees o Non-managerial Employees SCOPE OF INTERNALIZATION: Size of staffing tasks depends on scope of firm’s international involvement o Export department o International division o Global organization CENTRALIZATION vs DECENTRALIZATION OF CONTROL: Centralized firms o Favor home country managers o Most common amongst international division form Decentralized firms o Favor host country managers
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