HRM evaluation refers to the procedures that measure, evaluation and communication the value added of HRM practices to the organization. HRM evaluation assumes significance because of the intensive emphasis on cost control, need for efficient allocation of resources, contribution to the bottom line, and capability of human resources to provide a co...

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Evaluation Framework: The model emphasis the overall relationship among three major elements: HRM policies and practices. HR performance measures both at individual as well as group levels. Organizational performance indicators. HRM policies and practices include employee hiring, training and development, performance review and compensation systems...

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Managing international HR activities is an elaborate and complex task. Fig: outlines the basic steps involved in international HR activities.   HR planning (HRP) :   HRP assumes greater relevance in international businesses where efficient use of human resources is necessary to realize strategic global objectives. But the implementation of HRP proc...

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Domestic HRM and International HRM compared :  Several factors differentiate International HRM (IHRM) from Domestic HRM. The main differentiators are: More HR activities Need for a broader perspective More involvement in employee’s personal lives Changes in emphasis as the workforce mix of expatriates and locals vary Risk exposure More external inf...

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One of the most challenging tasks of IHRM is managing the performance of a firm’s various international facilities. While recruitment, selection and training  and development tend to focus on pre-assignment issues, performance management looks at post-assignment issues, performance management looks at post-assignment performance-related issues. Per...

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Before elaboration on the stages in the repatriation process, it is useful to understand that on completion of the overseas assignment, the MNC brings the expatriate back to the human country, although not all foreign assignments end with a transfer to home- rather the expatriate is re-assigned to another international assignment. Some employees ar...

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Strategic Management Process involves four important stages: Environmental scanning, strategy formulation, strategy implementation and evaluation and control. Environmental Scanning: Environment needs to be scanned in order to determine trends and projections of factors that will affect fortunes of the organization. Scanning must focus on task envi...

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Hr Manager is designing attractive remuneration packages for the expatiates. Any expatriate remuneration package needs to be designed to achieve the following objectives: Attract employees who are qualified and interested in international assignments. Facilitate the movement of expatriates from one subsidiary to another, from the home country to su...

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As Expatriates play a major role in international businesses, MNCs take great care in their selection process. It involves a process of determining the need for an expatriate assignment, identifying and then selection likely candidates, pre-assignment training, departure, post arrival orientation and training, crisis and adjustment of crisis and fa...

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One way to reduce expatriate failure is by improving selection procedures to eliminate inappropriate candidates. The first step in this direction is to delineate the selection criteria for selection expatriates. Technical ability refers to the ability of a person to perform the required tasks. International firms place heavy reliance on relevant te...

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There are several approaches to Human Resources Evaluation. The most prominent of them are: Audit approach, Analytical approaches, qualitative approach, Balanced scored prospective and benchmarking. Audit Approach: HRM audit is a process of evaluating the effectiveness of the HR function. The HRM audit, as its financial audit counterpart, possesses...

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Just as employers are expected to make strategic choices, unions too should choose among alternative strategies. The  major alternatives available before the unions are-bread and butter versus political objective adversarial versus cooperative role; and traditional labour versus new services. Bread & Butter Versus Political Objectives: Unions diffe...

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