hrm350 | undergraduate

International Human Resource Management

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This course is an overview of international human resources management practices with emphasis on human resources challenges and opportunities facing global business enterprises. Students will examine human resources management in the global business environment. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to identify and evaluate global HR strategies and practices to increase organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Preparation, Adaptation, Repatriation, and Retention

    • Explain the repatriation process.
    • Evaluate strategies to retain expatriates post-assignment.
    • Assess best practices in preparing for an expatriate assignment.
    • Describe considerations in adapting to an expatriate assignment.

    The Strategic Role of Human Resources in the Global Business Environment

    • Explain the importance of strategy in human resource management.
    • Discuss the strategic role of human resource management in the global business environment.
    • Describe the value of having a human resource strategy aligned to an enterprise strategy.

    Sourcing and Selecting Talent for Global Operations

    • Describe the critical soft skills for success in global roles.
    • Determine the optimal mix of home country, host country, and third-party nationals for international work assignments.
    • Identify the sources and methods for acquiring talent.

    Training, Development, and Performance Management with Global Orientation

    • Examine the role of international human resource management in global business strategy implementation.
    • Identify considerations in conducting cross-cultural training.
    • Explain the integration of expatriate work assignments and global teamwork into performance management systems.
    • Analyze the expatriate selection process and expatriate career management.

    Tax Considerations and Compensation for Expatriates

    • Evaluate compensation as a business strategy.
    • Analyze the components of expatriate compensation.
    • Summarize tax considerations associated with expatriate assignments.
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