Training and development in societies high on gender

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Training and development: In societies high on gender egalitarianism women have the same chances for vertical career advancement as men. In societies low on gender egalitarianism female managers are rare. Compensation: In societies high on uncertainty avoidance employees tend to be rather risk averse and prefer fixed compensation packages or seniority-based pay. In societies low on uncertainty avoidance employees tend to be rather risk-taking and accept high income variability through performance- based pay. Task distribution: Societies high on collectivism tend to emphasize group work. Societies high on individualism rather attribute individual responsibilities in the work system.
PTS: 1 TOP: Introduction 4. In what significant ways is the GLOBE study (a) similar to Hofstede’s research, (b) different from Hofstede’s research?
PTS: 1 TOP: Introduction 5. What does the discussion on “the development of cultures” lead you to conclude about the issues of convergence and divergence?
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PTS: 1 TOP: The Development of Cultures CHAPTER 3: The Organizational Context TRUE/FALSE 1. An export manager is typically the first international HR position in a new international company.

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