International HR policy basics

Fadel, John J.; Petti, Mark
April 1997
Workforce (10928332);Apr97 Supplement Global Workforce, Vol. 76, p29
Outlines the basics of what should be included in an international human resources policy. Areas where the functioning of internal or external systems are needed to meet policy objectives; Key elements usually addressed when developing an international human resources policy; Points to consider in administering the policy.


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