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INTERNATIONAL HRM MBA XLRI X7
JONLEN J. R.DESA

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International human resource management jonlen desa

  1. 1. INTERNATIONAL HUMANRESOURCE MANAGEMENT( IHRM) JONLEN J.R. DESA MBA(HRM) X7 XLRI
  2. 2.  INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES OF IHRM COUNTRIES/ NATIONALS INVOLVED IN IHRM FUNCTIONS OF IHRM IHRM MODEL STAFFING POLICIES IN IHRM FORCES FOR CHANGE ISSUES IN IHRM DHRM VS IHRM
  3. 3.  IHRM is the process of selecting, training, developing, and compensating personnel in overseas positions. It is the process of employing and developing people in international organizations which operate globally.
  4. 4.  Create a local appeal without compromising upon the global identity. Generating awareness of cross cultural sensitivities among managers globally and hiring of staff across geographic boundaries. Training upon cultures and sensitivities of the host country.
  5. 5. COUNTIRES/NATIONALS INVOLVED IN IHRM HOME COUNTRY NATIONALS THIRD HOST COUNTRY COUNTRY NATIONALS NATIONALS
  6. 6. FUNCTIONS OF IHRM RECRUITMENT SELECTION EXPATRIATES PERFORMANCE APPRAISALTRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPENSATIONWOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DUAL CAREER GROUPS INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS TRADE UNIOUNS PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT
  7. 7.  Ethnocentric: Here the Key management positions are filled by the parent country individuals. Polycentric: In polycentric staffing policy the host country nationals manage subsidiaries whereas the headquarter positions are held by the parent company nationals. Geocentric: In this staffing policy the best and the most competent individuals hold key positions irrespective of the nationalities.
  8. 8.  GLOBAL COMPETITION GROWTH IN MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND AMALGAMATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL RESTRUCTURING ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATION
  9. 9. ISSUES IN IHRM Managing International Assignments Employee and Family Adjustments Selecting the right person for foreign assignments Culture and Gauge Language and Communication
  10. 10. DHRM V/S IHRM
  11. 11. CASE STUDY MolexWorlds second largest manufacturer of electronic components 50 manufacturing plants, 21countries HRM viewed as most localized of all the functions Hires experienced , educated foreign nationals in the US for foreign postings Moves people around the world In house management development programs

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