Coca-Cola Company Human Resource Management System Analyze

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Introduction Introduction of Coca-Cola Coco-cola Company is the largest soft drink company in the world. Coca-Cola owns the whole world 48% marketplace occupation ratio. It has employment of more than 2 million workers. History The first Coca-Cola recipe was invented in Columbus, Georgia at a drugstore by John Smith Pemberton in 1885. In 1892, Candler incorporated a second company, the Coca-Cola Company (the current corporation). In 1928, Coca-Cola set the first branch in Shanghai, China. Coca-Cola in China The Corporate culture of Coca-Cola in China is "People Oriented". We all know that China has experienced manifold changes in its economic system which has seen it become the second largest economy in the world after USA, is a huge…show more content…
Because Coca-Cola believes that people are better equipped to do a business in their home town and employees will feel more comfortable to work in the local company. Moreover, this method will increase the belongingness of the employees, in this situation, it will increase the efficiency of the whole company. On the other hand, it is obvious to find out this method’s disadvantage. Coca-Cola Company just staffing first line employees locally, it will limit the human resource from the market. The company cannot recruit talents and good employees from other places, meanwhile, the company may not develop very well in the following period of time. Secondly, Coca-Cola had built the special management talent system in order to hire some talent management people even they are not badly in need of being used by the company. As the Coca-Cola Company had foresight, all these talent people will be entrusted with an important post if the company wants to expand their business in the new cities in the future. On the contrary, our group thinks that the company used this method the same as to take a risk. If the company will not expand the new market in the short period of time, the company should pay a large amount of salary
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