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Chapter 11 International Human Resource Management

Chapter 11 International Human Resource Management

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International Human Resource Management
International Human Resource Management

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Use with International Human Resource Management ISBN 1-84480013-XPublished by Thomson Learning © Peter Dowling and Denice Welch
 
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Chapter 11
IHRM trends and future challenges
 
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Chapter objectives
International business ethics and HRM.Mode of operation and IHRM.Ownership issues relating to IHRM requirements of organizations other than the large multinational, such as:
 ±small-and medium-sized firms (SMEs) ±family-owned firms ±non-government organizations (NGOs).
Theoretical developments and research issues in IHRM.In this final chapter, we identify and comment on observedtrends and future directions regarding:
 
Use with International Human Resource Management ISBN 1-84480013-XPublished by Thomson Learning © Peter Dowling and Denice Welch
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Introduction
In this book, we have explored the international HRM issuesrelating to managing people in a multinational context. To thatend, we have focused on the implications that the process of internationalization has for the activities and policies of HRM.A major activity has been that of placement: who to place incharge of foreign operations and units to cater for themanagerial and technical demands of international businessgrowth. The chapters in Part II examined the various aspectsrelating to staff placement: managing and supportinginternational assignments. We also considered in the precedingchapters of Part III host-country issues, such asstandardization of work practices, processes and proceduresand the implications for human resource management.
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