IB18 - Chapter 18 GHaga clic Human Resource lobal para...

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Haga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón 8/18/11 Chapter 18 Global Human Resource Management
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8/18/11 Introduction Human resource management ( HRM ) refers to the activities an organization carries out to utilize its human resources effectively These activities include: determining the firm's human resource strategy staffing performance evaluation management development compensation
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8/18/11 Introduction HRM can help the firm reduce the costs of value creation and add value by better serving customer needs HRM is more complex in an international business because of differences between countries in labor markets, culture, legal systems, economic systems, and so on HRM must also determine when to use expatriate managers (citizens of one country working abroad), who should be sent on foreign assignments, how they should be
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8/18/11 The Strategic Role Of International HRM Firms need to ensure there is a fit between their human resources practices and strategy In order to carry out a strategy effectively, employees need the right training, an appropriate compensation package, and a good performance appraisal system
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8/18/11 The Strategic Role Of International HRM Figure 18.1: The Role of Human Resources in Shaping Organizational Architecture
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8/18/11 Staffing Policy A firm’s staffing policy is concerned with the selection of employees who have the skills required to perform a particular job A staffing policy can be a tool for developing an promoting the firm’s corporate culture (the organization’s norms and value system) A strong corporate culture can help the firm implement its strategy
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8/18/11 Types Of Staffing Policy There are three main approaches to staffing policy within international businesses: 1. the ethnocentric approach 2. the polycentric approach 3. the geocentric approach
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8/18/11 Types Of Staffing Policy 1. The ethnocentric approach to staffing policy fills key management positions with parent- country nationals It makes sense for firms with an international strategy Firms that pursue an ethnocentric policy believe that: there is a lack of qualified individuals in the host country to fill senior management positions
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8/18/11 Types Of Staffing Policy The ethnocentric staffing policy is no longer popular with most firms because: it limits advancement opportunities for host country nationals it can lead to "cultural myopia"
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8/18/11 Types Of Staffing Policy 2. The polycentric staffing policy recruits host country nationals to manage subsidiaries in their own country, and parent country nationals for positions at headquarters It makes sense for firms pursuing a localization strategy The polycentric approach: can minimize cultural myopia may be less expensive to implement than an
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8/18/11 Types Of Staffing Policy There are two disadvantages to the polycentric approach: host country nationals have limited opportunities to gain experience outside their
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This note was uploaded on 08/17/2011 for the course BUSL 01342 taught by Professor Jenkins during the Winter '10 term at Ohio University- Athens.

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IB18 - Chapter 18 GHaga clic Human Resource lobal para...

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