Comparative Human Resources Management Introduction As companies expand to multiple regions in the world and social relationships become more complex, it becomes imperative that we develop means by which human resource management (HRM) services are responsive to diverse needs and different cultural norms. Although there are many salient research findings from traditional HRM that can be applied to international business settings, this is not always the case. Because of the fact that cultural differences are far-reaching and the complexity of management increases in an international context, HRM necessarily must shift to accommodate different human resource needs. The paper serves to explore the multiple ways in which an understanding of...The end:
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