Internationalisation of Human Resource Management: Focus on Central and Eastern Europe

József Poór
Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary

Allen D. Engle, Ph.D.
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond Kentucky

Jana Blštáková, Ph.D.
University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia

Zuzana Joniaková, Ph.D.
University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL058000



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The aim of this monograph is to provide a comprehensive overview on the International HRM in Central and Eastern Europe supported by qualitative research results. It is the first available publication on contemporary tendencies in IHRM in Central and Eastern Europe, published and based on the CRANET (the Cranfield Network on International HRM) cooperation. Therefore, there are contributions of experienced and relevant authors active in research and publishing in Central and Eastern Europe.

This book consists of three sections. The first focuses on the major impact of internationalisation of HRM in Central and Eastern Europe, identifying impacts of foreign investments, explaining emerging HRM models in the international business environment, introducing evolution of international HRM, including relevant factors of labor market changes and cultural diversity influences. The second section introduces a reflection of business aspects and internationalization in partial HRM functions. The third section contains qualitative research results performed in international companies and delivers an empirical background in the form of case studies. This predetermines the monograph’s valuable material for researchers in the field of HRM-related disciplines, as well as for teachers and students of graduate programs in business, economics and management. (Imprint: Nova)


Part One: Major Impact of Internationalisation on HRM—Focus Eastern Europe

Chapter 1. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Chapter 2. Human Resource Management Models

Chapter 3. International Human Resource Management

Part Two: International Aspects in Different IHRM Functions

Chapter 4. International Aspects in Sourcing

Chapter 5. International Aspects in Performance Management

Chapter 6. The International Aspects in Training and Development

Chapter 7. The International Aspect in Reward Systems

Chapter 8. Industrial Relations in the International Context

Chapter 9. Contemporary Tendencies of IHRM

Part Three: Qualitative Research Results: Case Studies on IHRM from Eastern Europe

Chapter 10. Hansabank Group Privatisews Lietuvos Taupomasis Bankas

Chapter 11. Human Resource Decisions for a New Joint Venture

Chapter 12. A Case Study About a Multinational Company

Chapter 13. Corporate Social Responsibility at Kraft Foods Lietuva: to Be or Not to Be Responsible?

Chapter 14. Transition Process as an Example of a Short-Term Assignment in One of the Polish Outsourcing Companies (BPO)

Chapter 15. Case Study on Consultation and Information Practices in Mercator Group, Slovenia

Chapter 16. Recruiting and Selection at a Local Production Unit of Beer International Romania

Chapter 17. Recruitment and Selection Process in Raiffeisen Bank Serbia



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