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Global Human Resource Management Casebook [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415893701Series: Global HRMPublication details: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9780203807613
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Global Human Resource Management CasebookDDC classification:
  • 658.3
LOC classification:
  • HF5549 .G5388 2011
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Contents:
Front Cover; Global Human Resource Management Casebook; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Western Europe; 1. Belgium: How Innovative Staffing Solutions Can Make a Difference: The Case of Selecting Blue-Collar Workers for the Port of Antwerp: Filip Lievens and Britt De Soete; 2. Germany: Retaining Talent in Times of Crisis: Opportunities for the Robert Bosch Group in the Context of the German Industrial Relations System: Marion Festing
13. Poland: Reward Management in Small and Medium Enterprises: Alfa i Omega, Głogów, Poland: Peter Odrakiewicz and Magdalena Szulc14. Russia: Succession Planning at Eldorado: Anna Gryaznova; 15. Slovenia: On Becoming a Truly Global Player: The Global Talent Management Challenge at Trimo: Robert Kaše; Part IV: Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa; 16. Cyprus: People Management in Academia: Anna-Maria Harilaou's Story: Eleni Stavrou; 17. Ghana: Employee Retention during Institutional Transition: A Case Study of PIGAMU: David B. Zoogah
18. Israel: Implementing a New Production Design and Reward System: Michal Biron19. Jordan: The Jordan Company of Hospitality Education: Muhsen A. Makhamreh; 20. Uganda: Beyond Boundaries: HR Strategic Alignment and Visibility at Zain Uganda: John C. Munene; 21. United Arab Emirates: Developing the Local Workforce in a Rapidly Growing Economy: Scott L . Martin and William M. Solomon; Part V: Asia and Pacific Rim; 22. China: Performance Management at Shenhua Guohua Electric Power: Gong Yaping and Yang Weiguo
23. Hong Kong: Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders at MostClean Hong Kong: Christina Sue-Chan and Clara To
3. Italy: Luxottica: Changing Italian Labor Relations and HR Practices to Drive Sustainable Performance: Silvia Bagdadli and Arnaldo Camuffo4. Netherlands: HRM and Culture at RetailCo: Corine Boon and Deanne N. Den Hartog; 5. United Kingdom: A Restatement of the "Employer Brand": The John Lewis Partnership: Graham Dietz and Pamela Nwanze; Part II: Scandinavia; 6. Denmark: Grundfos Invests in Talent: Liza Castro Christiansen; 7. Finland: Implementing a Global Diversity Management Initiative in Finland: Adam Smale and Ingmar Björkman
8. Iceland: Merger, Culture, and HRM: The Marel and Stork Case: Ingi Runar Edvardsson and Gudrun Berta Danielsdottir9. Norway: Comparing Internally Consistent HR at the Airport Express Train, Oslo, Norway, and Southwest Airlines, Dallas, TX, USA: Bård Kuvaas and Anders Dysvik; 10. Sweden: At the End of the Road: The Process of a Plant Closure: Magnus Hansson; Part III: Central and Eastern Europe; 11. Bulgaria: telerik: HRM in a Bulgarian Software Company: Lucia F. Miree and John E. Galletly; 12. Czech Republic: Impact of Managerial Decisions on Company Crisis Occurrence: Martina Königová
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Front Cover; Global Human Resource Management Casebook; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Western Europe; 1. Belgium: How Innovative Staffing Solutions Can Make a Difference: The Case of Selecting Blue-Collar Workers for the Port of Antwerp: Filip Lievens and Britt De Soete; 2. Germany: Retaining Talent in Times of Crisis: Opportunities for the Robert Bosch Group in the Context of the German Industrial Relations System: Marion Festing

13. Poland: Reward Management in Small and Medium Enterprises: Alfa i Omega, Głogów, Poland: Peter Odrakiewicz and Magdalena Szulc14. Russia: Succession Planning at Eldorado: Anna Gryaznova; 15. Slovenia: On Becoming a Truly Global Player: The Global Talent Management Challenge at Trimo: Robert Kaše; Part IV: Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa; 16. Cyprus: People Management in Academia: Anna-Maria Harilaou's Story: Eleni Stavrou; 17. Ghana: Employee Retention during Institutional Transition: A Case Study of PIGAMU: David B. Zoogah

18. Israel: Implementing a New Production Design and Reward System: Michal Biron19. Jordan: The Jordan Company of Hospitality Education: Muhsen A. Makhamreh; 20. Uganda: Beyond Boundaries: HR Strategic Alignment and Visibility at Zain Uganda: John C. Munene; 21. United Arab Emirates: Developing the Local Workforce in a Rapidly Growing Economy: Scott L . Martin and William M. Solomon; Part V: Asia and Pacific Rim; 22. China: Performance Management at Shenhua Guohua Electric Power: Gong Yaping and Yang Weiguo

23. Hong Kong: Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders at MostClean Hong Kong: Christina Sue-Chan and Clara To

3. Italy: Luxottica: Changing Italian Labor Relations and HR Practices to Drive Sustainable Performance: Silvia Bagdadli and Arnaldo Camuffo4. Netherlands: HRM and Culture at RetailCo: Corine Boon and Deanne N. Den Hartog; 5. United Kingdom: A Restatement of the "Employer Brand": The John Lewis Partnership: Graham Dietz and Pamela Nwanze; Part II: Scandinavia; 6. Denmark: Grundfos Invests in Talent: Liza Castro Christiansen; 7. Finland: Implementing a Global Diversity Management Initiative in Finland: Adam Smale and Ingmar Björkman

8. Iceland: Merger, Culture, and HRM: The Marel and Stork Case: Ingi Runar Edvardsson and Gudrun Berta Danielsdottir9. Norway: Comparing Internally Consistent HR at the Airport Express Train, Oslo, Norway, and Southwest Airlines, Dallas, TX, USA: Bård Kuvaas and Anders Dysvik; 10. Sweden: At the End of the Road: The Process of a Plant Closure: Magnus Hansson; Part III: Central and Eastern Europe; 11. Bulgaria: telerik: HRM in a Bulgarian Software Company: Lucia F. Miree and John E. Galletly; 12. Czech Republic: Impact of Managerial Decisions on Company Crisis Occurrence: Martina Königová