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    Stages of Internationalization and Impact on HR

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    What are the stages a firm typically goes through as it grows internationally and how does each stage affect the HR function?

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    Following are the stages through which a firm grows when it adopts international business:

    Export: This is the first stage under which the firm goes during internationalization. In this stage, the domestic-based office of the firm controls the export related operations in abroad. Furthermore, the firm markets and directly sells the domestically produced goods in another country (Dlabay, Scott & Scott, 2010).

    Sales Subsidiary: In this stage, a subsidiary unit is formed by the parent company in another country to ensure direct sales and attain better control on foreign activities (Dowling, Festing ...

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    The expert determines the stages of internationalization and impact on HR. How these effect the HR functions are determined.