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1. What is the link between an international business's strategy and its human resource management policies, particularly with regard to the use of expatriate employees and their pay scale?

2. In what ways can organized labor constrain the strategic choices of an international business? How can an international business limit these constraints?

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1. What is the link between an international business's strategy and its human resource management policies, particularly with regard to the use of expatriate employees and their pay scale?

International business's strategy is intrinsically linked with its human resource management policies particularly with regards to the use of expatriate employees and their pay scales. On one side of the spectrum we have the international global business strategy where standardization is followed. The company gains competitive advantage through economies of scale, preserving the image of the home country and helps accumulation of the learning experience. In an organization that implements a global business strategy there is great importance given to the higher echelons of management. These are typically not expatriates ...

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