dessler_ch17 - PARTFIVEEMPLOYEERELATIONS CHAPTER Seventeen...

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PART FIVE                                                              EMPLOYEE RELATIONS C H A P T E R S e v e n t e e n Managing Global Human Resources 17 Lecture Outline 230
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Strategic Overview HR and the Internationalization of Business The Global Challenges  How Inter-country Differences Affect HRM Global Differences and Similarities in HR Practices Personnel Selection Procedures The Purpose of the Performance Appraisal Training and Development Practices The Use of Pay Incentives How to Implement a Global HR System Making the Global HR System More Acceptable Developing a More Effective Global HR System Implementing the Global HR System Staffing the Global Organization International Staffing:  Home or Local? Offshoring Management Values and International Staffing  Policy Why Expatriate Assignments Fail Selecting Expatriate Managers Training and Maintaining Expatriate Employees Orienting and Training Employees on  International Assignment Compensating Expatriates Appraising Expatriate Managers International Labor Relations Terrorism, Safety and Global HR Repatriation:  Problems and Solutions APPENDIX for CHAPTER 17 HRCI Appendix In Brief: This chapter outlines some of the HR problems and issues involved with international businesses. The subjects covered include inter-country differences, using selection to improve international assignments, and training and maintaining international employees. Interesting Issues: Many companies desire to rotate managers through international assignments, but find that work visa requirements of the host countries (including the U.S.) can sometimes greatly hinder these efforts. Federal anti-terrorism laws also make moving employees across borders more challenging. ANNOTATED OUTLINE I. HR and the Internationalization of Business International Business and Its Impact on Managing – Due to the European Market unification, the introduction of the Euro currency, the opening of Eastern Europe, and the rapid development of demand in Asia and other areas of the world, large and small firms are finding their success depends on their ability to market and manage overseas. A. The Global Challenges – include deployment, knowledge and innovation dissemination, and identifying and developing talent on a global basis. Complicating these decisions are the cultural, political, legal, and economic differences among countries and their peoples. 231
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B. How Inter-country Differences Affect HRM – A company operating multiple units abroad does not have the luxury of dealing with a relatively limited set of economic, cultural, and legal variables. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course MBA 522 taught by Professor None during the Spring '11 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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dessler_ch17 - PARTFIVEEMPLOYEERELATIONS CHAPTER Seventeen...

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