Human Resource Management. Lecture-44. Managing Human Resources in an International Business. Stages of a Global Organization. Domestic International Multinational Global or Trans-national. Why?. The Evolution of Global Business. Exporting - Selling abroad
A citizen of one country living and working in another country.
A firm with assembly and production facilities in several countries and regions of the world.
A firm with operations in many countries and highly decentralized operations. The firm owes little allegiance to its country of origin and has weak ties to any given country.
Language, religion, values, attitudes, education, social organization, technology,
politics, and laws of a country
International HR Management is the strategic integration and alignment of HR practices with business objectives to enhance firm and employee performance around the globe
Level 1 training focuses on the impact of cultural differences, and on raising trainees’ awareness of such differences and their impact on business outcomes.