Ch12 - 6 IHRM Chapter 12 1. In-facility emergency and...

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International Human Resource Management Managing people in a multinational context
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v IHRM Chapter 12 2 Chapter Objectives We identify and comment on observed trends and future directions: International business ethics and HRM Mode of operation and IHRM Ownership issues relating to IHRM requirements of organizations other than the large multinational, such as: o family-owned firms o non-government organizations (NGOs) Safety and security issues
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v Terms 3 IHRM Chapter 12 family-owned firms NGOs SMEs strategic IHRM Bribery ≠ gifts facilitating payments ‘critical incident’ ethical relativist ethical absolutist ethical universalist FCPA OECD risk levels: primary micro macro defining culture emic-etic distinction static group design translation & stimulus equivalence
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v 4 IHRM Chapter 12 Returning to topics of strategic HRM in MNEs Figure 12-1
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v 5 IHRM Chapter 12 Table 12-1 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index 2006
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v Starting point areas for corporate risk assessment categories
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Unformatted text preview: 6 IHRM Chapter 12 1. In-facility emergency and disaster preparedness 2. In-facility security 3. Industrial espionage, theft, and sabotage 4. Cyberterroism 5. Out-of-facility fire and travel risks v Discussion Questions 7 IHRM Chapter 12 1. What is your view of international initiatives to criminalize foreign bribery? 2. Identify a number of HRM problems that typically arise with expatriate assignments. In what ways might the core ethical values and guidelines identified in this chapter apply to them? 3. Why is management succession frequently an issue for family-owned firms? 4. Beyond checklists and systemic analysis, what actions can MNEs taketo reduce risks related to terrorism? What roles can HRM take in these processes? 5. What IHRM activities would be pertinent to the sending, by Mdecins Sans Frontieres, of a medical team into a country such as Bangladesh?...
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Ch12 - 6 IHRM Chapter 12 1. In-facility emergency and...

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