IHRMInternational Human Resources Management
IHRMInstitute of Hotel & Restaurant Management (Goa, India)
IHRMInstitute of Human Resource Management
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The facts that many of the world's leading MNCs are European and fundamental changes have taken place in the European political and economic contexts have important implications for the development of IHRM practice and research.
stated that many areas in IHRM research have suffered from either neglect or oversight, including "career development, termination of services, absenteeism, demotion, employee attitude, leadership patterns, control patterns, motivation, and job design" (1990: 222).
Our research, coupled with a synthesis of case studies and the scant literature available, has begun to map the strategic IHRM challenges in confronting this issue.
Thus, in IHRM research, the concept of organisational field can explain both homogeneity and diversity of HRM practices in an organisational field in a given point of time.
The determinants of international human resource management (IHRM) are influenced by the tension between global integration and market peculiarities (Hannon, Huang & Jaw 1995).
Finally, a re-entry evaluation should be undertaken in order to identify areas that require further consideration by the IHRM division (Chew, 2004; Solomon, 1995; Vamer and Palmer, 2002).
In this form of global business, international human resource management (IHRM) is emerging as a crucial factor because organizations are run by people.
Researchers are finding more variety in approaches to staffing and other IHRM activities (Scullion & Starkey, 2000; Petrovic et al., 2000).
Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) national chairman Elijah Sitimah on Sunday called on the CoG boss Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya to convene a meeting with the various county public service boards and the nurses' union to iron out their differences.
To solve this, the board and IHRM have asked the unemployed population to embrace vocational training and other technical training programmes introduced by the government.
From an ethnocentric to a geocentric approach to IHRM. Cross Cultural Management, 75(4), 335.