The Pros And Cons Of IHRM

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Hiring these employees has certain advantages and disadvantages (Brooks and Weatherston, 2000). Though top managers may want to hire one source of employees over another but due to the pressure put by host country nationals on managers, their choices may become limited. The pressure employees may build be in the form of government persuasion through administrative and legislative decrees develop for hiring the individuals of host country. For encouraging local hiring there are tax incentives, tariffs and quotas implemented by the host country on the firms to hire HCNs and prefer them over other source of employees. The process by which potential candidates are located for joining the organization and encourage them for applying on the firms’ job opening is known as the recruitment process. The common method for grabbing the attention of candidates to apply for the opening are advertisements, internet recruiting, referrals from existing employees, professional associations, labor unions, public and private employment agencies. Responsiveness of human resource department towards cultural, political and legal environments is essential while undergoing the process of recruitment. Because these global environment…show more content…
Because every country has varied rules and policies for compensating the workers of the firm. For example in US non financial incentives and pay policies are based on the performance and achievement of individuals. But in Japan and Taiwan countries having collectively oriented cultures, the policies for paying are base on international equity and personal needs. Companies starting its operation across region keep the rate of wages to be slightly higher than the rate set by the local companies. The compensation plan needs to cost effective, fair, consistent and competitive in order to increase the retention rate of employees (Sell, Bohlander and Vohra,

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