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Exhibit 11.1: How the National Context Leads to National Differences in Local HRM Practices

Exhibit 11.1: How the National Context Leads to National Differences in Local HRM Practices

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Why Do Nations Differ in

HRM?

•• Resource

Resource pool:

pool: all

all the

the human

human and

and physical

physical resources

resources

available

available inin aa country

country

•• Both

Both from

from natural

natural and

and induced

induced factor

factor conditions

conditions

Include

Include quality

quality ofof labor,

labor, availability

availability ofof scientific

scientific

laboratories

laboratories



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Key Factors that Influence the

Resource Pool

••

••

••



The

The quality,

quality, quantity,

quantity, and

and accessibility

accessibility ofof raw

raw material

material

The

The quantity,

quantity, quality,

quality, and

and cost

cost ofof personnel

personnel available

available

The

The scientific,

scientific, technical,

technical, and

and market-related

market-related knowledge

knowledge

available

available toto firms

firms



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Resource Pool

The

The cost

cost and

and amount

amount ofof capital

capital available

available toto firms

firms for

for

operations

operations and

and expansion

expansion

•• The

The type,

type, quality,

quality, and

and costs

costs ofof supporting

supporting institutions

institutions

such

such as

as the

the systems

systems ofof communication,

communication, education,

education, and

and

transportation

transportation



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Why Do Nations Differ in

HRM?

•• Natural

Natural factor

factor conditions:

conditions: national

national resources

resources that

that occur

occur

naturally

naturally

•• E.g.,

E.g., abundant

abundant water

water supply

supply

•• Induced-factor

Induced-factor conditions:

conditions: national

national resources

resources created

created

by

by aa nation

nation

E.g.,

E.g., superior

superior educational

educational system

system



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Characteristics of the National

Context That Affect HRM

••

••

••

••



Education

Education and

and training

training ofof the

the labor

labor pool

pool

Laws

Laws and

and cultural

cultural expectations

expectations for

for selection

selection practices

practices

Types

Types ofof jobs

jobs favored

favored by

by applicants

applicants

Laws

Laws and

and cultural

cultural expectations

expectations regarding

regarding fair

fair wages

wages

and

and promotion

promotion criteria

criteria

•• Laws

Laws and

and traditions

traditions regarding

regarding labor

labor practices

practices



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Recruitment Strategies

















Walk-ins

Walk-ins or

or unsolicited

unsolicited applications

applications

Newspaper

Newspaper or

or Internet

Internet advertisement

advertisement

Company

Company Web

Web site

site job

job posting

posting

Internal

Internal job

job postings

postings

Public

Public and

and private

private personnel

personnel agencies

agencies

Placement

Placement services

services ofof educational

educational institutions

institutions

Current

Current employee

employee recommendations

recommendations

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Exhibit 11.2: Steps in the

Recruiting Process



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Recruitment in the U.S.

U.S.

U.S. managers

managers tend

tend toto see

see newspapers

newspapers as

as one

one ofof the

the

most

most effective

effective recruitment

recruitment methods.

methods.

•• Fear

Fear that

that recruitment

recruitment by

by personal

personal contacts

contacts may

may result

result

inin bias

bias against

against some

some groups.

groups.

•• U.S.

U.S. value

value open

open and

and public

public advertisements

advertisements as

as aa

reflection

reflection ofof individualistic

individualistic culture.

culture.



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