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What organization is the major watchdog for monitoring working conditions in factories in developing countries?Which of the following statements is most likely true about firms with formal codes of ethics?What is the purpose of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)?Which of the following best explains why looting was uncommon in Japan after the country's 2011 earthquake and tsunami?Large German firms typically negotiate with labor organizations under the oversight of the German government.Generally, HRM is more difficult for international companies for all of the following reasons EXCEPT which one?Expatriates are locals from the country of the foreign subsidiary.Advantages of adopting a polycentric approach include which of the following?Generally, HRM does NOT emphasize which of the following characteristics when evaluating the adaptability of an expatriate candidate?The staffing policy at Hanover International is to seek the best people for key jobs throughout the organization, regardless of nationality. Hanover most likely follows a(n) ________ staffing approach.Shelly, a sales manager at Best Computers, has recently moved from Dallas to Hong Kong for an expatriate assignment. Shelly is feeling disoriented, irritable, and stressed about her new job and living arrangements in Hong Kong, which means that she is most likely experiencing ________.
An executive with a polycentric staffing policy presumes that successful business practices at home need not change when transferred to foreign markets.Unlike the geocentric and polycentric mindsets, the ethnocentric mindset is not tied to a particular homeor host nation.Companies around the world typically find it easy to locate a number of executives able and willing to run foreign operations.