Introduction to the International Human Resource Management Special Issue
- Foreign Relations. Solomon, Charlene Mariner // Workforce;Nov2000, Vol. 79 Issue 11, p50
Discusses issues surrounding the employment of foreign employees in the United States. Immigration rules and regulations; How to manage foreign workers; Significance of creating a culturally sensitive environment.
- Final destination. Johnson, Rebecca // People Management;1/23/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p40
Deals with the changes in company strategy for overseas employment posting. Increase in short-term assignments; Way to deal with dual-career families; Problems associated with alternative solution to traditional all-expense paid expat package. INSETS: FULLY BOOKED;SHORTER EXPOSURE.
- How to... ...fulfil duty of care world wide. Waldren, Jo // People Management;1/23/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p58
Offers tips on providing care for employees assigned to other country. Provision of location-specific advice; Steps to minimize stress levels; Tips on planning an assignment to a location known to be dangerous.
- Outsource expatriate support for high quality, low costs. Strawn, Kathy B.; Nurney, Steven P. // HR Magazine;Dec1995, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p65
Discusses how human resource departments in the United States can create a supportive environment for their expatriates. Complexity and cost issues of expatriate staff; Professional staffing of expatriate support; Use of outsourcing to support expatriate employees; Advantages in hiring an...
- Plug the Expat Knowledge Drain. O'Connor, Robert // HR Magazine;Oct2002, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p101
Focuses on the global human resource (HR) issue of how to successfully accomplish the task of repatriating employees after foreign assignments. Explanation on why senior executives at some companies resist calls from HR departments to set up systems to track employee capabilities and...
- A BRAVE NEW WORLD: Managing International Careers. Ettorre, Barbara // Management Review;Apr93, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p10
Focuses on the management of overseas employees of companies in the United States. Integration of international experience; Involvement of top corporate officers and senior human resources professionals in global competency inventory.
- Danger below! Spot failing global assignments. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Personnel Journal;Nov96, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p78
Focuses on expatriate failure. Negative impact of expatriate failure; Signs of a failing overseas assignment; Advice on how to lower and prevent expatriate failure.
- MANAGING EXPATRIATE EMPLOYEES. Daspin, Eileen // Management Review;Jul85, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p47
Explores management strategies for overseas employees. Challenges faced by expatriate employees; Causes of miscommunication between firms and expatriate employees; Preparation of employees assigned to foreign countries; Key features of expatriate employee programs developed by certain corporations.
- Repatriation Planning. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Workforce;Oct2001 Supplement, Vol. 80, p22
Gives advice on personnel management of expatriate employees. Planning activities prior to the departure; Services for re-entry in the country of origin; Financial planning and related activities.