Due to increased internationalisation around the world the expatriate rate has grown significantly during the last years and has become a more important tool within organisations. Therefore, the need for expatriates increases and it is of importance for organisations to broaden their expatriate base and not exclude particular groups of employees, such as women are today.
Review of literature of the last few decades has revealed that little research on conflict management has been conducted in the Hong Kong manufacturing industry despite Hong Kong being one of the world’s most competitive economy. Noting the increasing use of the matrix organisational structure recently in Hong Kong industry, this study investigates how today’s project support personnel from either marketing
Human Resource Planning (HRP) is actually a complicated topic, especially in the course of progressively turbulent business environments offering a lot more discontinuities, which raises the stress involving the better requirement for planning and the increased complications of forecast. Although a complicated topic, the main objective is simple, HRP is concerned with keeping the right people, with the right skills in the appropriate places at the correct time.
This project is about human resource management HRM in project organisations. Firms have during the last decades tended to rely increasingly on project-based structures. This technique of projectification implies a changed work situation for individuals in modern day organisations. Researchers from the project field of research as well as from the HRM field of research have pointed to possible implications that projectification may have for HRM.
Change process in the company nowadays is one of the main factors, for sustainable growth and development in the market. Moreover, a change process should be dynamic – the company should take into consideration many factors; not only the ones happening inside
Reward system is today a common tool for companies to make sure their employees achieve their goals. An interesting aspect is how companies reward their store managers who have a complex role because they ought to handle goals set by the superiors
How does GE Healthcare uses Reward and Recognition strategies and how do their co-workers perceive these strategies with a focus on motivation and job satisfaction? We want to examine potential gaps between evidence and practice on Reward and Recognition Strategies. Furthermore we want
This paper studies the most common economic phenomena in the People Republic of China—-“Red Envelope” as year-end cash bonus. Based on 108 employees’ responses to the designed questionnaires in Henan Province, central part of P. R. China, the paper reveals the “Red
The concept of the balanced scorecard was introduced by Harvard professors Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton in 1992 when organizations realized that it was no longer sustainable to focus only on financial objectives in order to stay competitive. The balanced
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the research area on the connection between CEO compensation and institutional and foreign ownership using data on Swedish firms. We study the level of pay and performance-based compensation as well as probe further