Check Point - International Staffing

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Checkpoint: International Staffing Companies today are becoming aware of how competitive the environment that they work within is. As the markets expand in today’s economy, national boundaries disappear. Major multinational corporations are now coming up with plans for international human resource management. The term International Human Resources Manager (IHRM) means to put into place the capabilities of human resources, but over an international field. Many companies want multinational IHRM policies, but this has its own challenges. One of the most important difficulties is cultural differences. The second most important difficulty is the language barrier language is a huge item in international communications if there is a language barrier there is no business, if the managers are not bilingual then it makes for a difficult process. Staffing can become difficult when culture comes to play. This is only one of the challenges to staffing an international company. The “expatriate problem” becomes important when considering international staffing. An
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