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Human resource management and training plan Since it will be very expensive to cater for all workers to move to Mexico, in addition to, some workers may not be willing to relocate From USA to Mexico, I plan to move with almost half of the workers to Mexico. In arriving in Mexico and establishing the firm, job advertisements would be presented to the people (Brigham, et al 2010). This would include training as the top most consideration when workers are recruited. Therefore, the firm must move to Mexico with several professional trainers, who will impart skills and knowledge to the locals. Promotions will be achieved through merit and hence this will motivate hard work and innovations. Stance on social responsibility The plant should make sure it observes the new communities guidelines and avoid causing any harm to the people and the environment. Therefore, it should protect the environment, make proper use of resource, and avoid engaging in anti-social behaviors, it should assist in the development of the community, moreover, and it should offer financial assistance to the needy in the society and funds positive developmental projects (Haider, 2010). In Mexico, mainly men are the ones who work in the factory according to their culture. The conditions in their factories are not very promising and the pay is little. Moreover, only some of the males work in factories as many is in their farms while other herding. Therefore, establishing a big factory like this one in Mexico would motivate labor as the pay will be much
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higher than from the local factories or firms. However, in the USA, people are motivated to work to afford luxurious goods as opposed to Mexicans who are mostly working to sustain their family. Recommendation The recommendation would be that since the environment back at home in the USA is much more conducive in terms of product market and the purchasing power of the people, it is advisable for the company remain where it has already built it foundation. Starting a factory anew to some other place puts burden to all the people involved including workers and shareholders. Moreover, moving the company has a higher probability of making losses in the new environment than in its current state. Therefore, the company should not move to Mexico. References Deresky, H. (2011). International management : managing across borders and cultures : text and cases . Upper Saddle River, N.J: Prentice Hall. Haider, M (2010). Social Responsibilities of a Business Organization towards Society . [ONLINE] Available at: < - Responsibilities-Business.aspx>. [Last Accessed 28 April 2013]. Brigham, E., Garpenski, L. & Daves, P. (2010). Intermediate financial management . Mason, OH: South-Western. Dessler, G. & Phillips, J. (2008). Managing now . Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
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Wächter, H. (2003). The "country-of-origin effect" in the cross national management of human resources : results and case study evidence of research on American multinational companies in Germany . München: Rainer Hampp Verlag. Daniels, J., Radebaugh, L. & Sullivan, D. (2002). Globalization and business . Upper Saddle River, N.J: Prentice Hall.
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