Return on investment
- Is Global Overrated? Tavis, Anna A. // People & Strategy;Fall2014, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p4
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the author discusses the universal acknowledgement and acceptance of the practice of global talent management by corporations and members of the human resources (HR) profession.
- Introducing Western-style HRM practices to China: Shopfloor perceptions in a British multinational. Gamble, Jos // Journal of World Business;Dec2006, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p328
Abstract: The management of host country employees is often portrayed as a particularly fraught dimension for multinational firms. The problems involved are considered exponentially greater when there are substantial institutional differences and ï¿½cultural distanceï¿½ between the host...
- 2009: China's Human Resources Odyssey. McComb, Rebecca // China Business Review;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p30
Deals with the status of human resources with the entry of multinational companies in China. Tasks designated to human resources staff and concerns they tend to set aside; Gap between staffing requirements and supply of qualified personnel; Localization policy in hiring. INSET: Finding the...
- In the line of fire. Brester, Chris // People Management;3/20/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p23
Discusses how the continuing terrorist threat in line with the Iraqi crisis affects the human resource management (HRM) field in the Asia-Pacific region. HRM trends in the region; Impact of the bombing in Bali Island, Indonesia on Australians; Effect on the treatment of recruits and Muslim...
- Staffing the world. Rykken, Rolf // Export Today;Oct98, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p32
Focuses on issues that companies should consider when hiring employees for foreign operations. Characteristics that a company should look for when hiring employees for overseas operations; Importance of interviewing the candidates in depth; Trends affecting the profile of employees working...
- Calculate the return on your investment for better budgeting. O'Connell, Sandra E. // HR Magazine;Oct95, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p39
Discusses how to determine the return on investment (ROI) of a new human resource (HR) system. Computing ROI; Quantifying current HR system before proposing a new one; Evaluation of benefits of a new or enhanced system; Consideration for both tangible and intangible gains.
- How to...measure returns on HR investment. Phillips, Jack // People Management;11/22/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 23, p48
Provides information on how to measure the return on human resource investment. Planning the data collection, analysis and conversion; Conversion of data into a monetary value; Ratio of the cost of training and the return on investment; Identification of intangible benefits.
- All The Right Moves. Mumma, J. Stephen // Workforce;Oct2001 Supplement, Vol. 80, p43
Gives advice on the management of employee relocation. Rise in the cost of employee relocation; Support services which companies could provide to families of relocated employees; Factors which affect relocation negotiations between companies and employees; Benefits of the establishment of a...
- Lessons from HR overseas. Caudron, Shari // Personnel Journal;Feb95, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p88
Discusses the human resource (HR) management strategies of companies in foreign countries. Search for ways to involve the work force; Worker input as mandated in Germany; Participative management style of Japanese countries; Continuous learning process. INSET: Can you imagine? (human resources...