Globalizing human resource management / Paul Sparrow, Chris Brewster and Chul Chung.

By: Sparrow, Paul [author.]Contributor(s): Brewster, Chris [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge global human resource management seriesPublisher: London : New York : Routledge, 2017Edition: Second EditionDescription: xvii, 298 pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138945302 (hbk); 9781138950696 (pbk)Subject(s): International business enterprises -- Personnel managementDDC classification: 658.3
Contents:
Globalization and international hrm theory -- Drivers of globalization and patterns of response for multinational enterprizes around the world -- Multiple layers of globalization within the MNE -- Global HRM strategies and structures -- Strategic objectives -- Building global capabilities across multinational enterprises -- Developing international management competences -- Global integration mechanisms -- Global talent management -- Managing the international labor force -- Employer branding -- The location of business and HRM : by whom? where? and how? -- The e-enablement of HRM in mnes -- Conclusions and future research directions.
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Revised edition of Globalizing human resource management, 2004.

Globalization and international hrm theory -- Drivers of globalization and patterns of response for multinational enterprizes around the world -- Multiple layers of globalization within the MNE -- Global HRM strategies and structures -- Strategic objectives -- Building global capabilities across multinational enterprises -- Developing international management competences -- Global integration mechanisms -- Global talent management -- Managing the international labor force -- Employer branding -- The location of business and HRM : by whom? where? and how? -- The e-enablement of HRM in mnes -- Conclusions and future research directions.

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