ISBN 9788176296564,International human resource management

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ISBN 9788176296564

Deep & Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd

Publication Year 2012

ISBN 9788176296564

ISBN-10 8176296562


Number of Pages 584 Pages
Language (English)


Managing and developing human resources in international setting is incresingly recognized as a central challenge, particularly for MNEs. This book titled "International Human Resource Management" offeres many insights into the possibillities of creative response to these challenges> it explores exhaustively all the approaches and issues that arise in the context of subsidiaries and joint ventures.
This book provides an understanding of the theoretical foundation and the practical implications of international approaches to human resource management. it gives an overview of human resources management. It gives an overview of human resource management in an international environment. The emergence of the multinational enterprise as a dominent institution in the world economy has resulted in the improtance of understanding not only multinational enterprises themselves, but aslo the activities of the people working within htese and similar multicultural organizations.
About Author : 
S.K. Bhatia is a professional consultant in Human Resource Management, trainer, counsellor and author. he is a corporate trainer and conducts workshops and need-based training programmes on Human Resource Development for public and private sector organisations. he is seniro faculty for MBA and Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Manegement in various Business Management institutions. He is "Accredited Management Teacher" by All India Management Association, New Delhi. he is Corporate Member of Natioanl Institute of Personnel Management, Calcutta. He has over four decades of experience as practitioner in HRM, Industrial Relations, Training, Organisation Development etc. He has been associated with the establishing of Human Resource and IR functions in factories/ units and has been involved in formulation, co-ordination and implementation of these policies, in senior positions as Addl. General Manager, BHEL and as Director, Personnel, Oil India Ltd.
Contents : 
Section I
International HRM Perspectives
Section Ii
Global Staffing Practices
Section III
International Transfer and Repartriation Strategies
Section IV
Training and Development of Expatriates
Section V
Performance Managemtn in MNEs
Section VI
Global Compensation Practices
Section VII
International Practices in Industrail Relations
Section VIII
Sensitivity ot Cultural Diversity
Section IX
Global Organisation Structures
Section X
MNE- A Responsibel Corporate Citizen
Section XI