Winch-it Pty. Ltd: Company Analysis

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Winch-It Industries
Pty. Ltd.
Board Report

Sarah Ahmed

Tutor: Suzanne Fawcus
Date Due: May 6, 2011

Executive Summary

As the board have agreed to go international, there are many International Human Resource Management aspects to be taken into consideration before Winch-it Pty. Ltd expands their business. There are several areas of interest to be analysed that requires specific attention to assist in commencing an international operation. The five main areas of interest that are analysed covers: the organisational context, the staffing context, recruitment and selection, international compensation and performance management, and continued management and re-entry.

Analysing the organisations’ organisational context, covered the international organisational structure and staffing approaches. Recommendations were made for the best option for Winch-it to undertake from an organisational context. As a regiocentric staffing approach is suggest for Winch-it, host-country nationals and parent-country nationals are recommended to hire. The report analyses how these areas of interest reflect and impact upon the organisation from a global perspective. Recruitment and selection is a pivotal process to hire the idea candidate for Winch-it. Areas of the recruitment and selection process is analysed to assist in hiring the perfect candidate for firm to enhance and grow internationally. International compensation and performance is discussed with the options being available for Winch-it to enhance expatriate performance, also expatriate re-entry and continued management is discussed with how the issue of re-entry can be managed and how management can excel the conditions for Winch-it.

Overall, Winch-it Pty. Ltd lacks its ability to grow as a business with limited staff and resources. Through the advising in the report, Winch-it Pty Ltd can opt to go international without further delaying the process. By



References: Continued Management and Re-entry Expatriate re-entry or repatriation, is the activity of bringing an expatriate back to the home-country (Harzing & Ruysseveldt 2004)

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