Chapter 11 - Chapter 11 International Human Resource...

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Chapter 11 International Human Resource Management MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The process by which companies choose people to fill vacant position is a. Recruitment. b. Compensation. c. Selection. d. Training and development. ANS: A AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 2. Inpatriates are a. Employees who come from a different country where he/she is working. b. Expatriate workers who come from neither the host nor the home country. c. Local workers who come from the host country where the unit is located. d. Employees from foreign country who work in the country where the parent company is located. ANS: D AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 3. Home country nationals are a. Expatriate employees who come from the parent’s home country. b. Employees who come from a different country where he/she is working. c. Expatriate employees which come from the parent’s home country. d. Employees from foreign country who work in the country where the host company is loc- ated. ANS: A AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 4. Expatriates are a. Local workers who come from the host country where the unit is located. b. Employees who come from a different country from where he or she is working. c. The more talented local managers. d. None of the above ANS: B AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 5. Expatriate workers who come from neither the host nor home country are a. Host country nationals. b. Parent country nationals. c. Neither country nationals.
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d. Third country nationals. ANS: D AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 6. The prime reason for US expatriate managers failure is a. Personality of the manager. b. Lack of technical proficiency. c. Lack of motivation. d. Spouse fails to adapt to local culture. ANS: D AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 7. All of the following are benefits that companies obtain by using expatriates EXCEPT a. Receiving important strategic information. b. Increased coordination and control of international operations. c. Timely information on the local markets. d. Reduced turnover for key international managers. ANS: D AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 8. All of the following are benefits of international assignments EXCEPT a. International assignments help managers acquire skills necessary to develop successful strategies in a global context. b. Expatriate assignments help a company coordinate and control operations dispersed geo- graphically and culturally. c. International assignments provide companies access to preferential quotas and duties. d. Global assignments provide important strategic information. ANS: C AACSB Reflective thinking, HRM PTS: 1 9. International cadre are a. A group of managers who specialize in international careers. b.
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Chapter 11 - Chapter 11 International Human Resource...

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