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I would like input on the following discussion questions.

Please disucss the following questions on 1) Corporate social responsibility of multi-national corporations and/or 2) the future of International HRM

Q1. Why is ethics and corporate social responsiblity a rising concern in multi-national corporations?

Q2. Reflect on one of the most recent (publicised) corporate misconduct of a multi-national (e.g. Enron, H.I.H., etc.). What impact did it have on human resource management? What could the international human resource manager do to assist in these kind of situations?

Q3. How do you picture the role of International HRM in the future? Is it likely to grow? In which ares is research particularly lacking?

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Disucssion Inputs on given questions about International Human Resources Management
I would like input on the following discussion questions.

Please disucss the following questions on 1) Corporate social responsibility of multi-national corporations and/or 2) the future of International HRM

Q1. Why is ethics and corporate social responsiblity a rising concern in multi-national corporations?
Ethics and corporate social responsibility is a rising concern in global organization for several reasons. When a corporation goes global its corporate social responsibility gives it a reputation that precedes the corporation. A corporation that has corporate social responsibility is welcomed as a partner in different countries, its products have a positive reputation and there is less resistance to that company. Moreover, if a company is known to be ethical, global customers purchase its products, it gets patronage of reputable partners and finds it easy to get local financing. An organization with corporate social responsibility actively makes effort to improve the quality of life for its employees and families, for the local community and for the society. Directly, ethics and corporate social responsibility are an important concern because these determine the quality of human resource the company is able to recruit, train and retain. On the other hand these concerns help the corporation to establish ...

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