International human resource management
By: Dowling, Peter J
Title By: Festing, Marion | Engle, Allen DMaterial type: BookPublisher: Andover : Cengage Learning, c2017.Edition: 7th ed.Description: xiii, 361 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.ISBN: 147371902X; 9781473719026Program: MGNT341Subject(s): International business enterprises -- Personnel managementDDC classification: 658.3 DO IN Online resources: Ebook
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Chapter 1 introduction chapter 2 The Cultural Context of IHRMChapter 3 The Organizational ContextChapter 4 IHRM in Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions, International Alliances and SMEsChapter 5 Sourcing Human Resources for Global Markets - Staffing, Recruitment and SelectionChapter 6 International Performance ManagementChapter 7 International Training, Development and CareersChapter 8 International CompensationChapter 9 International Industrial Relations and The Global Institutional ContextChapter 10 IHRM Trends and Future ChallengesCase 1: Spanning the GlobeCase 2: Quality Compliance at the Hawthorn ArmsCase 3: Wolfgang's Balancing Act: Rewarding Healthcare Executives in a Dispersed Yet Integrated FirmCase 4: Strategic Forecasts and Staffing Formulation: Executive and Managerial Planning for Bosch-KazakhstanCase 5: Local and International? Managing Complex Employment ExpectationsCase 6: Expatriate Compensation at Robert Bosch GmbH: Coping With Modern Mobility ChallengesCase 7: Balancing Values - An Indian Perspective on Corporate Values from ScandinaviaCase 8: Just Another Move to China? The Impact of International Assignments on Expatriate FamiliesCase 9: Developing local talent in local markets - the end of expatriation?
Now in its seventh edition, International Human Resource Management is established as a market leader that caters to students worldwide. This textbook has developed alongside the field – helping to shape what it is today – and remains a leading International Human Resources Management (IHRM) textbook worldwide. International Human Resource Management provides an academic overview of global IHRM, whilst still remaining close to curriculum developments. This textbook also contains nine in-depth case studies written by the authors and global experts, that provide a range of in-depth applications for all of the major functional areas of IHRM.