Nicole Boehm (Coveley)
Global Human Resource Management (Bus 325)
Professor Sandy Hughes
July 24, 2014
1. Compare and contrast two (2) main differences between domestic and international HRM.
Human resource management refers to all activities undertaken by an organization to effectively utilize human resources. The activities included for HRM is planning, performance management, staffing, development, compensation, and employee relations. Over the past couple of years organizations have been identifying the link of HRM with organizational strategy in order to develop a strategic approach to HRM and to also offer an understanding of how single country or domestic human resource management practices can contribute to organizational …show more content…
recruitment and selection is the education system. The reputation of the educational institutions such as public and private universities varies in different countries (Dowling, et al 2013). Recruitment and selection should include procedures directed to analyze the need and purpose of a position, the culture of the institution, and ultimately to select and hire the person that best fits the position. B. training and development also looking at the education system differs between different countries (existence of a dual vocational training system, quality and reputation of higher education institutions). This will have an effect on the training needs perceived and fulfilled by MNEs (Dowling, et al 2013). C. Compensation, when it comes to legislation as the regulation of minimum wages or respective union agreements. D. Task distribution also pairs up with legislations and the respective norms support gender-based division of labor to differing extent in different countries. However, in other countries the percentage of female managers is relatively high; in other countries it is not common at all (Dowling, et al