Ch15Slides and Notes

Ch15Slides and Notes - LEARNING After studying this chapter...

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LEARNING 'BJECTIVES After studying this chapter, you should be able to: I Explain staffing deciSons with a focus on expatriatE 2. ldentify tBinlng and developrent needs for expatriabes and host country nationals 3 Discuss compenetion and psformanc appraisal isues 4 UndeEtand labd relations in both home and host countries 5 Di$u$ how the institution- and Esur@-baed views shed additioml light on HRM 6 ParticipaE in thre le.ding deb€Cs conernrng HRM 7 DEw impliGbons for act!'n expatriates (expats) - Nonnatlve employees who work ln a foreign country palent (home) country nationals (PCNs) - employees who conE from the parent country of the multinational enterprise (MNE) and work at lts local subsidlary third country nationals (TCNs) - employees who corn€ from neith€r the parent country nor the host country )1d\.rScr-: \1\cr+ I o r+.\\rf,r1 human resource management (HRM) - actlvltles that attract, s€lect, and rnanage employees staffing - Iffi=*ffi *.*aitilh il.ins employees and fllllng posltions host country nationals (nS:) - known as "lo€!s" Scrr\w rsr-)\\tS$ tw\$ t\. .+r- 2i'a! i-xv \$.\qst t_,i,rxg- \$. i\i. C rr. \\$.Jrt ]"i. [email protected] ;A"xinrno, t'ro nori counni urourLs P:::i(, a.itc:3r+F.Fhs1?.,1rrd ..-ii. .d1.:ti'yF:ll5aFliin lll- . ':'r, '"t.= '= =n 3:+ra: ml: . i!.€tr 'r "!. .31e,9 ir{ ralxi . :.1:l}7sreyi--1i::.xtie:l;rFai--E . P:\:i;T6iir€_iaf.tE!. Ia! . ::qr.1qbz+:E3+t€lrgi*r,* . I,ix93€[email protected] ;_rt ::i:.rit*il/lrFeCir'cL:1.9: i\i Lf!.' . -:t"",,*io.'!Em*,a:P3ii, sr.s'ad*rtlHfnP:t, fs' rr!r,!r;e::la=l.rie-ire. .r,Tl€tr . b'xltdffi iitlrirr.rnlsh"Rrtt -,rrr . arlr lrir:.;Fr:r:r:rc;-*iz:ae E tr'€! .:::rii f:t$i?:6'k EiicN,l-:llsrdr\rE;]rxsdGe'.Ip.ruB i::ls: . ,3r::i:irnp€ , l.:*rtl: lrtsE=ic. APPROACHES TC STAFFING ethnocentric approach - emphasls on the norms and practlces ofthe parent company (and the parent country of the MNE) by relying on rcNs \- \\{ Use, polycentric approach - emphasis on'the normS\, - ind irractlces of tlie host country 1q1q$1\SC,S<ti . geocentric approach - focus on flnding the rmst sultable managers, who can berPCNs, HCNS, or TCNS \\(f\ \-jt$sg*+,.P\\\o N .
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IHE ROttS OF BOATRIATEs R.CLES CF EXFATR,IATES strategists - representing interests ofthe MNE'S headquarters daily managers - run op€ratlons, to build lcal capabllities and galn internatlonal managernent expeflence ambassadors - representlng headquarter's interests
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