What do you believe contributes to the poaching of subsidiary employees? As an IHRM, what steps would you take to recruit and retain key employees?
Dowling, P., Festing, M. and Engle, A. (2009). International human resource management, (5th ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning.
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International Human Resources Management
Poaching of subsidiary employees:
Cultural toughness dimensions contribute to the poaching of subsidiary employees. Employees must not feel isolated from the host country and must adopt so as to be effective. Employees can face some difficulty during the international assignment if they don't have an understanding of the host country. Expatriate failure rates also contribute to the poaching of subsidiary employees. The degree to which an employee is concerned about the host-national co-workers and ...
The solution gives 278 words on the contributing factors to employee poaching, with references.