About This Chapter
Below is a sample breakdown of the International Human Resource Management chapter into a 5-day school week. Based on the pace of your course, you may need to adapt the lesson plan to fit your needs.
|Day||Topics||Key Terms and Concepts Covered|
|Monday||Global staffing approaches I: ethnocentric, regiocentric and geocentric||The process of hiring workers from a company's home nation|
|Tuesday||Global staffing approaches II: ethnocentric, regiocentric and geocentric||The advantages and disadvantages of these staffing practices|
|Wednesday||Expatriate staffing: personal impact, repatriation and compensation considerations||The training of expatriates, and a look at how their personal lives may be affected|
|Thursday||Human resource interactions with host, parent and third-country nationals I||An exploration of labor relations in global workforces|
|Friday||Human resource interactions with host, parent and third-country nationals II||The cultural differences expatriates could encounter|
1. Global Staffing Approaches: Ethnocentric, Regiocentric, Polycentric, and Geocentric
Human resource management professionals working for global organizations often have unique staffing choices. In this lesson, you'll learn about ethnocentric staffing, regiocentric staffing and geocentric staffing. A short quiz follows.
2. Expatriate Staffing: Personal Impact, Repatriation & Compensation Considerations
Employees that work for global companies may end up working abroad for a period of time. In this lesson, you'll learn about expatriate staffing, including its personal impact on employees, compensation considerations and repatriation.
3. Human Resource Interactions with Host, Parent & Third-Country Nationals
Employee relations are guided by human resource (HR) management professionals, and the global environment makes doing this more complex. In this lesson, we'll see how HR professionals interact with employees across the globe.
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Other chapters within the Human Resource Management Syllabus Resource & Lesson Plans course
- Overview of HRM Field: Lesson Plans
- Organizational Theories & Human Resources: Lesson Plans
- Job Analysis & Design: HRM Lesson Plans
- Staffing in Organizations: HRM Lesson Plans
- Training & Development in Organizations: HRM Lesson Plans
- Performance Appraisals: HRM Lesson Plans
- Employee Compensation Issues: HRM Lesson Plans
- Employment Law & Employee Rights: HRM Lesson Plans
- Labor Relations: HRM Lesson Plans
- Current Issues & Trends in HRM: Lesson Plans