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International Human Resource Management

Unique challenges of international staffing

Consider the cultural differences inherent in global business as well as the geographic obstacles of home office and remote locations being in different countries. Summarize the unique challenges of international staffing.

Management Principles of PM Company

Currently international management at PM Company consists of one person. What specific management principles and practices should PM Company begin to put in place that will assist the company as their international expansion plans move forward and their international business begins to grow?

Developing a recruiting and training plan

Matchmaker Transportation is an award-winning transportation broker, headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina. Established in 1981, Matchmaker Transportation is one of the oldest third party logistic solutions providers in the United States. Matchmaker Transportation was awarded the 2004 Broker of the Year by the National A

Please assist on these industry related questions

1. Evaluate and Explain technology utilization and strategic Human Resources Management 2. Examine human resource success factors associated with operating an international firm in an industry. 3. Discuss two ways in which Human Resource management can be integrated into organizational operations.

Three most important knowledge areas recognized by PMBOK

Utilizing your knowledge of PMBOK, in your opinion, what are the three most important knowledge areas recognized by PMBOK with regard to your trade show project? What is the possible impact on the project if those areas are missed?

Global - Expatriate, Spouse & Family

Expatriate labor is a crucial factor for firms going global. 1. How much expatriate labor? 2. How long do they stay? 3. What about family issues? 4. How do we "re-patriate"?

Global Business & Managers

Please help me with the following questions: 1-Identify at least three specific ways thta cultural differences would affect business internationally. 2- What specific skills would global managers need ot address these differences? 3-Do you think expatriate or foreign-national manager would ne netter equipped to deal

Global Technology (Part 1)

I'm seeking your professional input regarding issues dealing with global technology human resources and the global technology supply chain. See attached file for full problem description. Please do not copy, cut & paste text, copy from previous postings on Pfizer, or provide instructions on "how-to" from various internet site

Global management structure; international subsidiary, contingencies plan

1: What are the advantages and disadvantages of various organizational structures in terms of global management control? 2: How do you manage an international subsidiary? 3: How can a global business plan for the following contingencies? A) Currency is devalued? B) U.S. and host country have disintegrating relatio


Project manager has several skill requirements. What are some of them? How do these skills, especially the conflict resolution skills, aid a project manager in successfully completing a project? What do you think the outcome of a project would be if the project manager was lacking in any of these skills? Why do you think so?

IKEA case - IHRM perspective

1) What is the case about ? 2) Summarize IKEA HR policies 3) Are the HR policies fit with business objectives? 2) What are the strong points? 3) Weaknesses of the system 4) Recommendations Is that case available on internet with initial questions?

Ace Consulting Case Study: Building Effective Teams

Scenario - You are one of four regional Human Resources Managers employed by Ace Consulting, an international consulting firm. You have been assigned to the International Sales division. Currently, one HR Manager is assigned to each of the four global regions: the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America. You report to the Corpora