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How do human resource management (HRM) policies differ for multinational companies compared with single-nation companies? How do training and development programs differ for multinational
organizations compared with single-nation companies?
In my opinion I think the best way in which policies, procedures, and training can be delivered to employees working abroad in through the internet such as: training course online, email, and skype, just to name a few methods. [ I think the internet and the aforementioned told available through the internet are the best ways to communicate to employees working aborad. However, phone calls and
faxes are still usefull when things need immediate attention but for the most part these methods will work just as good. Furthermore, the company I work for has most training course available online for employees to take while at work if it is slow, or at home through the company website where they can use their employee number and password to access. This type of training is the primary source of training therefore an employee abroad should have a similar made available to them. HRM policies and training and development programs will naturally differ when a company is working multinational rather than single nationally. Therefore, the difference in training and development as well as the policies are the additional items that focus on the cultural differences of the employee and where they are working abroad. Furthermore, specific ways to handle business, the economy, language and common courtesy actions need to be addressed in the training and development to ensure the employee acts appropriately. Last, the policies also have to adhere to the countries business and personal etiquette while also incorporating the companies already existent policies and procedures. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:hJ6raghdMSAJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.experts4students.com/uploads/tutorial/1354033351HRM%2520300%2520Week%25204%2520DQs.docx+&hl=en&gl=ph&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEEShM62jdUmXBoLpk5YFqlmpV815SpY2_9weJoHaOO_xFVZz3TejyB4D7H8BITodPYNlXgsKP9t4qTHtuCC_ZvKwYjnYDz-3sCS5ikkWvW481KHBdPJ6vxHwm-sj5TRURs-knjEGN&sig=AHIEtbTpsyO7GMch6hGZrYyWB6sWw_FMZQ ]
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