Managing the Workforce: International Perspectives

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2. BEFORE YOU BEGIN STEP ONE. SEE ME AT LEAST ONCE, NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK BEFORE YOUR PRESENTATION IS DUEDISTRIBUTE YOUR PRESENTATION OUTLINE ONE WEEK BEFORE YOUR PRESENTATION IS DUE. 3. BEFORE YOU BEGIN STEP TWO. ON THE DAY OF YOUR PRESENTATION, MEET IN CLASS AT LEAST 30 MINUTES BEFORE WE STAR

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1. 1 Managing the Workforce: International Perspectives COUNTRY PRESENTATIONS Dr. Yonatan Reshef

2. 2 BEFORE YOU BEGIN STEP ONE SEE ME AT LEAST ONCE, NO LATER THAN ONE WEEK BEFORE YOUR PRESENTATION IS DUE DISTRIBUTE YOUR PRESENTATION OUTLINE ONE WEEK BEFORE YOUR PRESENTATION IS DUE

3. 3 BEFORE YOU BEGIN STEP TWO ON THE DAY OF YOUR PRESENTATION, MEET IN CLASS AT LEAST 30 MINUTES BEFORE WE START SET UP THE COMPUTER SET UP FOOD, ARTIFACTS, ETC. IF NECESSARY, REARRANGE THE CLASS

4. 4 STEP THREE INTRODUCE THE GROUP MEMBERS SET THE AGENDA/PLAN FOR THE NEXT 90 MINUTES

5. 5 BASIC FACTS MAP SIZE OF POPULATION SIZE OF COUNTRY LANGUAGE(S) CAPITAL RELIGION ETHNIC GROUPS EU MEMBER – ALL BUT JAPAN EMU – ONLY FRANCE AND GERMANY LITERACY LIFE EXPECTANCY

6. 6 HISTORY IMPORTANT HISTORICAL EVENTS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HRM/IR SYSTEM GERMANY JAPAN SWEDEN 1932 - ELECTION OF THE S.D. PARTY

7. 7 THE SETTING ECONOMIC UNEMPLOYMENT RATES/TRENDS EMPLOYMENT PATTERNS WORKFORCE SIZE MAIN EXPORTS/IMPORTS MAIN TRADE PARTNERS EXCHANGE RATE

8. 8 THE SETTING POLITICAL THE MAIN POLITICAL PARTIES GOVERNMENT PARTY GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT IN IR/HRM AND THE NOTION OF VOLUNTARISM

9. 9 THE SETTING LEGAL RELEVANT (IR/HRM) LEGISLATION THE EVOLUTION OF THIS LEGISLATION THE ROLE OF UNIONS IN LABOR LEGISLATION

10. 10 THE SETTING SOCIAL IS SOCIETY HOMOGENEOUS? THE POLITICAL CULTURE GERMANY FRANCE CANADA: ALBERTA VS. ONTARIO CLASS STRUCTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL MOBILITY GENDER ISSUES GENERAL: GEERT HOFSTEDE. 1984 (2ND ED.). CULTURE’S CONSEQUENCES. SAGE.

11. 11 THE SETTING TIME 30 MINUTES PRESENTATION OPTIONS FRONTAL LECTURING A GUIDED TOUR FOREIGN STUDENTS EXHIBITS A REVIEW QUIZ

12. 12 THE HR/IR SYSTEM STRATEGIC CHOICES HRM FLOW RECRUITING TRAINING RETAINING EXITING VOLUNTARY MANDATORY FORCED LAYOFFS DISCIPLINARY

13. 13 THE HR/IR SYSTEM STRATEGIC CHOICES REWARD AND RECOGNITION MONETARY PAYMENT SYSTEM INCENTIVE PROGRAMS; BONUSES NON-MONETARY RECOGNIZING HIGH-PERFORMERS DEALING WITH LOW-PERFORMERS

14. 14 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM STRATEGIC CHOICES WORKER INFLUENCE PASSIVE (SURVEYS) VS. DIRECT CHANNELS OF REPRESENTATION (JOINT COMMITTEES) AD-HOC (FOCUS GROUPS) VS. CONTINUOUS (QUALITY CIRCLES) VOICE VS. DECISION MAKING POWER

15. 15 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM STRATEGIC CHOICES WORK DESIGN TASKS: BROAD VS. NARROW TRADITIONAL VS. TEAMWORK SKILLED VS. UNSKILLED SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT VS. HPWS

16. 16 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM UNIONS MAIN UNIONS UNIONIZATION LEVELS UNION GROWTH AND DECLINE INVOLVEMENT IN POLITICS ROLE IN THE WORKPLACE CHALLENGES TO UNIONS UNION RESPONSES TO CHANGING ENVIRONMENT

17. 17 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM COLLECTIVE BARGAINING STRUCTURE SWEDEN VS. UK AGENDA NARROW, ECONOMIC VS. BROAD, POLITICAL IMPORTANCE TO LOCAL/NATIONAL HRM CANADA VS. GERMANY

18. 18 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM STRIKES FREQUENCY VOLUME (WORKDAYS LOST) SCOPE (WORKERS INVOLVED) FORM JAPAN FRANCE

19. 19 THE HRM/IR SYSTEM TIME 40 MINUTES PRESENTATION OPTIONS FRONTAL INTERVIEWS CASE STUDY(IES)

20. 20 CURRENT EVENTS (LAST FIVE YEARS) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO THE HRM/IR SYSTEM TIME 5-10 MINUTES PRESENTATION OPTIONS FRONTAL

21. 21 LESSONS FOR CANADA WHY IS THERE NO … IN CANADA? WHAT PRACTICES/INSTITUTIONS WOULD YOU LIKE TO “IMPORT” TO CANADA? CAN IT BE DONE? WHY? WHAT SHOULD “YOUR COUNTRY” TAKE FROM CANADA? TIME 5-10 MINUTES PRESENTATION OPTIONS FRONTAL Q&A

22. 22 THE PRESENTATION CORE

23. 23 GENERAL TWO 5-MINUTE BREAKS FOOD VIDEOS/CASE STUDIES ARTIFACTS REMEMBER, YOU CANNOT PRESENT EVERYTHING IN 90 MINUTES CLASS DISCUSSION

24. 24 GENERAL TIME YOURSELVES BE ORGANIZED MAKE SURE THAT CASES/VIDEOS ARE WELL INTEGRATED INTO THE GENERAL PRESENTATION KEEP THE FLOW/SMOOTH TRANSITIONS PACKAGING VS. SUBSTANCE

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