The global economy affects the way we manage our human resources. HR professionals must be able to recognise the impact of political, economic and cultural forces on HR practices. This course offers practical perspectives on the management of human resources in an international context. It examines the global human resource challenges, including issues such as international strategic HRM, cross-cultural HRM issues, HRM practice in multi-national enterprises (MNEs), and managing diversity in different countries/regions and between different cultures. This course also examines the various external business and cultural influences and environments in the Asia Pacific region to demonstrate the differing human resources policies and practices. HR policies, practices and philosophies in various countries will be discussed within a theoretical framework of international HRM.Updated on 22 November, 2018
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