Global Talent Management and Staffing in MNEs Vol: 32

Ying Guo
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China

Hussain G. Rammal
University of South Australia, Australia

Peter J. Dowling
La Trobe University, Australia


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786353542
Published:
12 Sep 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
256 pages - 152 x 229 x 19mm
Series:
International Business & Management
Attracting, managing and retaining talented employees is an important area of human resource management. Managing talent across an organization’s global network presents many challenges including expatriation and repatriation issues, cross-cultural adjustment of employees, and operating in different regulatory and economic environments. This volume provides insights into multinational enterprises’ (MNEs) global staffing and global talent management (GTM), and covers issues of global mobility from organizational, individual and contextual perspectives. The chapters in this edited volume cover historical development of expatriation, use of self-initiated and company-assigned expatriates, talent management in entrepreneurial firms, and talent retention through effective expatriation and repatriation programs in transitioning and emerging economies.
1. Expatriate Selection: A Historical Overview and Criteria for Decision-Making - Dana L. Ott and Snejina Michailova 2. Global Talent Management: International Staffing Policies and Practices of South Korean Multinationals in China - Haiying Kang and Jie Shen 3. How do Assigned and Self-Initiated Expatriate CEOs Differ? An Empirical Investigation on CEO Demography, Personality, and Performance in China - Jan Selmer, Jakob Lauring, Ling Eleanor Zhang and Charlotte Jonasson 4. Career Capital Development of Self-Initiated Expatriates in China - Ying Guo, Hussain G. Rammal and Peter J. Dowling 5. Multiple Aspects of Readjustment Experienced by International Repatriates in Multinational Enterprises: A Perspective of ‘Changes Occurring Over Time’ and ‘Changes due to Cultural Differences’ - Yoko Naito 6. Why Expatriate Compensation Will Change How We Think about Global Talent Management - Yvonne McNulty 7. Global Talent Management and Corporate Entrepreneurship Strategy - Vanessa Ratten and Joao Ferreira 8. The Effects of Work Values and Organisational Commitment on Localisation of Human Resources - Justin Williams and Ramudu Bhanugopan 9. Talent Management & Staffing in Central and Eastern Europe — An Analysis of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania & Slovakia - Zoltan Buzady
Edited by Ying Guo, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Jiangsu, China Hussain G. Rammal, University of Technology Sydney, NSW, Australia Peter J. Dowling, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia

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