Expatriate Compensation in Historical Perspective
- CHANGING TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: MANAGING APPROACHES FOR EFFECTIVE GLOBAL OPERATIONS. Jordan, Tiffany; Lawrence, Claudette // Journal of Knowledge & Human Resource Management;Summer2012, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p34
We have gone from personnel management to Strategic Human Resource Management, which is no longer about pushing papers to staff and benefits. Globalization has changed the way in which we conduct and operate business. Developing human resources management structures is no longer a technical...
- Are You Future Agile? Eichinger, Bob // Human Resource Planning;1995, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p30
In 1994, The Human Resource Planning Society Board, in response to requests from its members to help them anticipate the needs of the future, created a committee charged with scanning the future of HR called the State-of-the-Art (SOTA) Council. Under the direction of Michael Takla, the President...
- World-class execs. Caudron, Shari // Industry Week/IW;12/01/97, Vol. 246 Issue 22, p60
Provides information on hiring human resources (HR) professional for international assignments. Suggestions on how to find the right HR person; How to determine the skills and competencies needed for international HR professionals; How to asses and develop people for global human-resources work.
- Hudson Report. // Human Resources Magazine;Aug2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p28
Provides information on a report on the hiring expectations of New Zealand employers produced by Hudson (Global Resources & Human Capital Solutions). Basis of the report; Availability of the report.
- 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...
- Hire the local, not the expat. VanderMey, Anne // Fortune.com;10/17/2013, p1
The article discusses remarks on employee selection by international business enterprises by women executives including Ellen Kullman, Melanie Heaney and Barbara Kux made at the publication's Most Powerful Women Summit congress.
- 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...
- Who's Making the Decisions and Business Context Is Critical. Gebelein, Susan // People & Strategy;2012, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p9
The article focuses on factors crucial to making good people decisions within organizations. According to the author, three factors are important in selecting the right people for the job and these are the business context, the leadership group and the process of selection. She states that...
- HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE FOR A FOREIGN COMPANY DOING BUSINESS IN THE UNITED STATES. Yingjie Liu; Perez, Karri // Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies;2012 Supplement 1& 2, Vol. 18 Issue Supp 1/2, p73
The article presents questions and answers relating to a case about global human resource management involving a Taiwanese company operating in the U.S., including the issues that could have been addressed when CNX partnered with INTE, human resources issues that CNX had to address and factors...