Peng_Chapter 15 - STAFFING (HRM)activitiesthat...

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STAFFING human resource management  (HRM)   - activities that  attract, select, and manage employees staffing   HRM activities associated with hiring employees and  filling positions host country nationals  (HCNs)   - known as “locals”
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STAFFING expatriates (expats)   -   Nonnative employees who work in a  foreign country parent (home) country nationals   (PCNs)  - employees  who come from the parent country of the multinational enterprise  (MNE) and work at its local subsidiary third country nationals  (TCNs)  - employees who come  from neither the parent country nor the host country
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APPROACHES TO STAFFING ethnocentric approach  -  emphasis on the norms and  practices of the parent company (and the parent country of the  MNE) by relying on PCNs polycentric approach  -  emphasis on the norms and  practices of the host country geocentric approach  -   focus on finding the most suitable managers, who can be PCNs, HCNs, or TCNs
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ROLES OF EXPATRIATES strategists  
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