Explaining variation in reverse diffusion of HR practices: Evidence from the German and British subsidiaries of American multinationals
- International HRM: The Dutch Experience. Jagersma, P.K.; van Gorp, D.M. // Journal of General Management;Winter2002, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p75
Explores international human resources management (HRM) policies implemented by a variety of international companies based in the Netherlands. Quality of international HRM policies; Use of internationalism as a tool for achieving specific growth objectives; Key issues that need to be addressed...
- Successful Global Training. Hicks, Sabrina // Training & Development;May2000, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p95
Focuses on the human resources management challenges facing companies with global presence. Influence of global human resource development on the international success of companies; Facts on the global training efforts of American companies.
- Managing Human Resources on a Global Scale. Reynolds, Calvin // Business Horizons;Dec76, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p51
As multinational companies arrive at the stage of global integration, a key factor in their success is the effective management of global human resources. A combination of a high degree of professionalism within the human resources management function and clear support of the corporation is...
- Learning to manage host-country nationals. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Personnel Journal;Mar95, Vol. 74 Issue 3, p60
Discusses how multinational corporations can manage host-country managers. Compensation and benefits; Effect of culture and government on recruitment, performance evaluation and training; Human resources management issues around the globe; Developing talent; Role of women in the global...
- Global compensation: Learn the ABCs. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Personnel Journal;Jul95, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p70
Discusses the role of the expatriate compensation package in the success of an American business in the global marketplace. Basics of international compensation for expatriates; Determination of expatriates' compensation; Calculation of remuneration by host-country standards.
- HR heads into the global age. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Personnel Journal;Oct93, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p76
Discusses the impact on human resource (HR) professionals of globalization of their workplaces. Europeans and Asians as playing in the international field for years; Long-held ethnocentric assumptions of Americans; Predicted realization of the global village by year 2000; Multidimensional,...
- MANPOWER TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT IN MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES. Hirsbrunner, Jack E. // Public Personnel Management;Sep/Oct74, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p378
Examines the recruitment, selection, training and development practices at the management and technical level in American multinational firms operating in developing countries. Possible effect of such practices in transferring American-held positions to local national high-grade manpower;...
- Employer concerns with global growth. Schachner, Michael // Business Insurance;6/26/95, Vol. 29 Issue 26, p32
Focuses on the responsibility for human resources at an emerging multinational company. Difficulty of human resource management; Responsibility for ensuring that the globalization of business goes as smoothly as possible; Responsibility for implementation and oversight of global benefit...
- More CEO involvement. Pasternak, Ceel // HR Magazine;Mar94, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p18
Reports on the findings of a study by Amrop International on the involvement of chief executive officers (CEO) in career development for international executives. Predicted increase in CEO involvement; Hiring of host country nationals to fill executive positions in foreign subsidiaries.