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Schuler Randall, Tarique Ibraiz
Challenges, and Concerns in Four Contemporary Themes in International Human Resource Management
Problemy, wyzwania oraz obawy w czterech współczesnych obszarach międzynarodowego ZZL
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2006, nr 6, s. 33-46, bibliogr. 43 poz.
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Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Konkurencyjność przedsiębiorstwa, Konkurowanie na rynkach globalnych, Polityka zatrudnienia, Przedsiębiorstwo międzynarodowe
Human Resources Management (HRM), Enterprise competitiveness, Competing in global markets, Employment policy, International enterprise
Przedsiębiorstwa globalne wiedzą, że międzynarodowe zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi [IHRM] odgrywa ważną rolę w osiąganiu i utrzymaniu przewagi konkurencyjnej. Obszar międzynarodowego ZZL obejmuje badanie, zrozumienie, zastosowania oraz przekształcenie całości działań zasobów ludzkich zarówno w kontekście otoczenia wewnętrznego, jak i zewnętrznego firmy. Działania te wpływają bowiem, i na procesy zzl w przedsiębiorstwach wielonarodowościowych, i na całe środowisko globalne. Celem międzynarodowego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi jest umożliwienie firmom wielonarodowościowym odniesienie globalnego sukcesu. W artykule uaktualniono i streszczono wyniki badań związanych z czterema ważnymi obszarami IHRM: 1) globalne zatrudnienie, 2) kompletowanie wielonarodowościowej siły roboczej, 3) rozwój wielonarodowościowej siły roboczej oraz 4) alianse transgraniczne. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Multinational enterprises recognize that international human resources management plays an important role in gaining and retaining competitive advantage in today's highly competitive global business environment. The field of international human resource management is about understanding, researching, applying, and revising all human resource activities in their internal and external contexts as they impact the processes of managing human resources in multinational enterprises throughout the global environment to enhance the experience of multiple stakeholders. The pur-pose of international human resource management is to enable the firm-the multinational enterprise—to be globally successful. In this article, we update and summarize findings from our research related to four important and contemporary themes that have emerged in recent years in the field of international human resource management: 1) Global Staffing; 2) Composing a Multinational Workforce; 3) Developing a Multinational Workforce; and 4) Cross-Border Alliances. (original abstract)
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Biblioteka SGH im. Profesora Andrzeja Grodka
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Katowicach
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
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