International Human Resource Management Practices

1645 Words Nov 27th, 2015 7 Pages
International human resource management (IHRM) is the study and application of all human resource management activities as they impact the process of managing human resources in enterprises in the global environment (Briscoe, Schuler & Tarique, 2012). This part is very important in order to make sure that all problems at global level can be solved. Our economies in the last 50 years have become more integrated than before. There are a lot of factors that contributed to the achievement such as multinational enterprise (MNE), small and medium-sized enterprises (MSEs), and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Despite the fact that ‘human resource management’ outwardly appears to be a relatively neutral management term, the language used to talk about it is imbued with ideologies that reflect radical changes in society over time (Bratton & Gold, 2012). HRM perception in society can assist the organization to understand the culture, politics, law, and business related institutions. Therefore, it is vital to understand the markets, social movements and public policies in details so that we can follow the changes in society easily.
This paper will be divided into two parts. The first one is the differences between countries in terms of their cultures and institutions on international Human Resource Management within multinational companies (MNCs). The study of culture will focuses on two perspectives by Geert Hofstede and Fons Trompenaars. The next discussion is about the…
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