Quid pro quo harassment typically involves:
The most important index that international HR managers need to consider while hiring a workforce in a host country is hourly wage.
One of the domestic issues in international human resource management is that firms have to:
replace host-country nationals with parent-country nationals for nonmanagerial jobs as the former are more expensive to employ.
John prefers to work alone on projects and avoids tasks that require him to work in a group with other employees in his organization. He believes in self-reliance and gives precedence to
his own ideas and values over the beliefs of others. In the context of the dimensions of national culture identified by Geert Hofstede, John is likely to score high on _____.
The second step in the regulation process of human resource management in the United States is the: