IB 200 11.14

IB 200 11.14 - IB 200 11/14 GE uses training to appeal to...

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IB 200 11/14 GE uses training to appeal to its customers - when they go to the emerging markets they have training facilities that they can leverage to their customers - US/ European firms can leverage their HR Overview - different countries have different union laws International MHR - motivation issues people care about different things around the world (ex: benefits, time off, career life) Staffing and International Strategy - ethnocentric: staff overseas with your local country personnel. This is what used to happen in the past a lot. Cons: this can lead to people thinking they can only more up so much in their career. - Polycentric: always staff local country managers as the head of your organizations. Cons: the company culture may not always translate well. Had a hard time paying people from all over the world because they wanted to pay them the appropriate rate for the country they are from but those differ. -
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