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International Business International Business
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Management challenges include coordinating market, product, and production plans on a worldwide basis and extending HR policies and systems to service staffing needs abroad. Management faces the challenge of creating organization structures capable of balancing centralized home-office control with adequate local autonomy.
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Knowledge and Innovation Dissemination Deployment
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Easily getting the right skills to where we need them, regardless of geographic location. Spreading state-of-the- art knowledge and practices throughout the organization regardless of where they originate.
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International Business Identify and Develop Talent on a Global Basis
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Identifying who can function effectively in a global organization and developing his or her abilities. HR challenges include deployment, knowledge and innovation dissemination, and identifying and developing talent on a global basis.
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Global Staffing Global Staffing
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Issues include selecting candidates for overseas assignment, assignment terms and documentation, and relocation processing and vendor management. Issues include immigration processing, cultural and language orientation and training, and compensation administration and payroll processing.
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Intercountry Differences Global Staffing
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Issues include tax administration, career planning and development, and handling of spouse and dependent matters. Differences that affect human resource management include cultural factors, economic systems, legal and industrial relations factors, and the EU.
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Global HR System Global Differences
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Difference and similarities affecting human resource practices include personnel selection procedure, the purpose of performance appraisal, training and development practices, Make it more acceptable by remembering that they’re more accepted in truly global organizations, investigate pressures to differentiate and determine their
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and the use of pay incentives. legitimacy, and try to work within the context of a strong corporate culture.
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Global HR System Global HR System
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Develop it effectively by forming global HR networks and remembering that it’s more important to standardize ends and competencies than specific methods. Implement it by remembering that you can’t communicate enough and dedicating adequate resources for the effort.
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Home-Country Nationals Expatriates
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Noncitizens of the countries in which they are working. Citizens of the country in which the multinational company has its headquarters.
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Offshoring Third-Country Nationals
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other than the parent or the host country. Having local employees
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 3301 taught by Professor Bogumil,w during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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