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“International Human Resource Management, 5e by Ibraiz Tarique, Dennis Briscoe and Randall Schuler has long been regarded as one of leading resources in the field. This new edition rein- forces that reputation and brings the content up to date with contemporary trends in research and practice. Written by three of the leading scholars in the area, the volume is distinguished by its combination of insights from academic research and rich insights into IHRM in practice. It is comprehensive, accessible and authoritative, and should be required reading for any student or reflective practitioner of IHRM.”
–David Collings, Dublin City University, Ireland, and Senior Editor of the Journal of World Business
“This excellent book, a leader in the field, comprehensively covers the field of International Human Resource Management and focuses on the HRM issues and challenges facing firms as they internationalise their business operations. Each chapter provides a clear exposition and critique of the specialist literature, and case studies are used to provide rich insights into cur- rent practice. The combination of sound theory and examples from practice around the globe provides an important and up to date contribution to the field. The book is well geared to students interested in the international dimensions of HRM, and the excellent links between international strategy and HRM give students an in depth knowledge of the people manage- ment challenges faced by MNC managers in a globalised business world.”
–Hugh Scullion, Established Professor of International Management, Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUI Galway, Ireland
“This edition of the book does a wonderful job of framing IHRM issues in the evolving, strategic context of running an international business. Pedagogically, the many practical applications and graphical presentations beautifully illustrate concepts and frameworks that will help readers grasp the rich content that the book provides.”
–Wayne F. Cascio, Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, University of Colorado Denver, USA, and Senior Editor of the Journal of World Business
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International Human Resource Management Fifth edition Thoroughly updated and expanded, the fifth edition of International Human Resource Man- agement focuses on international human resource management (IHRM) within multinational enterprises (MNEs). The book has been designed to lead readers through all of the key topics of IHRM in a highly engaging and approachable way. In addition to the key topics and rich pedagogy students have come to expect, chapters have been updated, including an expanded chapter on Comparative and National Culture. Uncovering precisely why IHRM is important for success in international business, and how IHRM policies and practices function within the multinational enterprise, this comprehensive textbook provides an outstanding foundation for understanding the theory and practice of IHRM. It is essential reading for all students, instruc- tors, and IHRM professionals.
Ibraiz Tarique is an Associate Professor of Management and Director of Global HR programs at the Lubin School of Business, at Pace University in New York City, USA. He teaches at the executive, graduate, and undergraduate levels.
Dennis Briscoe is Professor Emeritus of International Human Resource Management at the University of San Diego, USA, and owner/consultant at International Management and Person- nel Systems (IMAPS).
Randall Schuler is Distinguished Professor of Strategic International Human Resources at the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University, USA, and Research Professor at the Lancaster University School of Management, UK, as well as the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
Routledge Global Human Resource Management Series Edited by Randall S. Schuler, Susan E. Jackson, Paul Sparrow and Michael Poole
Routledge Global Human Resource Management is an important new series that examines human resources in its global context. The series is organized into three strands: content and issues in global human resource management (HRM); specific HR functions in a global context; and comparative HRM. Authored by some of the world’s leading authorities on HRM, each book in the series aims to give readers comprehensive, in-depth and accessible texts that combine essential theory and best practice. Topics covered include cross-border alliances, global leadership, global legal systems, HRM in Asia, Africa, and the Americas, industrial relations, and global staffing.
Managing Human Resources in Cross-Border Alliances Randall S. Schuler, Susan E. Jackson and Yadong Luo
Managing Human Resources in Africa Edited by Ken N. Kamoche, Yaw A. Debrah, Frank M. Horwitz and Gerry Nkombo Muuka
Globalizing Human Resource Management Paul Sparrow, Chris Brewster and Hilary Harris
Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific Edited by Pawan S. Budhwar
International Human Resource Management, Second edition Policy and practice for the global enterprise Dennis R. Briscoe and Randall S. Schuler
Managing Human Resources in Latin America An agenda for international leaders Edited by Marta M. Elvira and Anabella Davila
Global Staffing Edited by Hugh Scullion and David G. Collings
Managing Human Resources in Europe A thematic approach Edited by Henrik Holt Larsen and Wolfgang Mayrhofer
Managing Human Resources in the Middle-East Edited by Pawan S. Budhwar and Kamel Mellahi
Managing Global Legal Systems International employment regulation and competitive advantage Gary W. Florkowski
Global Industrial Relations Edited by Michael J. Morley, Patrick Gunnigle and David G. Collings
Managing Human Resources in North America Current issues and perspectives Edited by Steve Werner
Global Leadership Research, Practice, Development Edited by Mark Mendenhall, Gary Oddou, Allan Bird and Martha Maznevski
Global Compensation Foundations and Perspectives Edited by Luis Gomez-Mejia and Steve Werner
Performance Management Systems: A Global Perspective Edited by Arup Varma, Pawan S. Budhwar and Angelo DeNisi
Managing Human Resources in Central and Eastern Europe Edited by Michael J. Morley, Noreen Heraty and Snejina Michailova
Global Careers Michael Dickmann and Yehuda Baruch
Global Leadership (2nd edition) Research, Practice, Development Mark E. Mendenhall, Joyce S. Osland, Allan Bird, Gary Oddou, Martha L. Maznevski, Michael J. Stevens, Günter K. Stahl
Manager-Subordinate Trust A Global Perspective Edited by Pablo Cardona and Michael J. Morley
Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific (2nd edition) Edited by Arup Varma and Pawan S. Budhwar
Human Resource Management and the Institutional Perspective Edited by Geoffrey Wood, Chris Brewster, and Michael Brookes
International Human Resource Management (5th edition) Policies and Practices for Multinational Enterprises Ibraiz Tarique, Dennis Briscoe, and Randall Schuler
International Human Resource Management Policies and Practices for Multinational Enterprises
Ibraiz Tarique Dennis R. Briscoe Randall S. Schuler
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List of Figures ix List of Exhibits xi List of Case Studies xiii List of IHRM in Actions xiv List of End-of-Book Integrative Cases xv List of Acronyms xvi Acknowledgments xix Foreword xxi
section 1: strategic context 11
Introduction to Section 1 11
1 The Internationalization of Human Resource Management 13
2 Strategic International Human Resource Management 36
3 Design and Structure of the Multinational Enterprise 66
4 International Mergers and Acquisitions, International Joint Ventures, and Alliances 91
section 2: national and cultural context 119
Introduction to Section 2 119
5 Country and Company Culture and International Human Resource Management 121
6 International Employment Law, Labor Standards, and Ethics 153
7 International Employee Relations 196
section 3: global talent management 219
Introduction to Section 3 219
8 International Workforce Planning and Staffing 221
9 International Recruitment, International Selection, and Repatriation 245
10 International Training and Management Development 288
11 International Compensation, Benefits, and Taxes 328
12 International Employee Performance Management 378
13 Well-being of the International Workforce and International HRIS 409
14 Comparative IHRM: Operating in Other Regions and Countries 427
section 4: role and future of ihrm 469
Introduction to Section 4 469
15 The IHRM Department, Professionalism, and Future Trends 471
Integrative Cases 499 Index 509
I.1 Chapter Map 3 1.1 Who Needs International Human Resource Management? 24 2.1 Basic Elements of the Strategic Management Process 38 2.2 Evolution of the Multinational Enterprise 41 2.3 Auxiliary Methods of Internationalization 47 2.4 MNE Business Strategy 50 2.5 Headquarters’ International Orientation (Senior Executives) 52 2.6 MNE IHRM Strategy 55 2.7 Integrative Framework of Strategic International Human Resources
Management in MNEs 57 3.1 MNE Organizational Structure 70 3.2 Functional Structure 76 3.3 Product Structure 76 3.4 Geographic Structure 77 3.5 Matrix Structure 78 4.1 International Mergers and Acquisitions Process of Combination 96 4.2 HR Issues in the Three Stages of IM&As 97 4.3 Four Approaches to Integration in International Mergers and Acquisitions 101 4.4 Four-stage Model of HR Issues in International Joint Ventures 105 5.1 The Three Layers of Culture 125 5.2 Development of Cross-cultural Competence 127 6.1 Umbrella of CSR Programs 187 8.1 The International Workforce Planning and Staffing Process 222 8.2 Factors that Impact International Workforce Planning 224 9.1 Successful Expatriate Experience 253 9.2 Organizational Support for Repatriates 275 10.1 Effectiveness of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Teams 299 11.1 The Balance Sheet 351 12.1 A Model of IPM in an MNE 385
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1.1 Drivers of Internationalization of Business 15 1.2 The World’s Top 20 Non-financial TNCs (Ranked by Foreign Assets) 20 1.3 IHRM Questions for International Strategy 28 3.1 Best Practices for the Effective Management of Cross-border
and Virtual Teams 83 5.1 Geert Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions 128 5.2 Trompenaar’s and Hampden-Turner’s Cultural Dimensions 132 5.3 Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness
(GLOBE): Cultural Dimensions 135 6.1 ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work 156 6.2 United Nations Global Compact Principles of Interest to IHRM 158 6.3 The Scope of Selected European Union Directives Affecting the Labor
and Social Policy of Businesses Operating in Member States 166 6.4 Protected Classes for Discrimination Prohibition in Select Countries 177 6.5 Guidance on How an MNE Might Design a Code of Conduct and Ensure an
Effective Implementation of Ethical Standards for Worldwide Operations 185 7.1 Trade Union Membership, Selected Countries 198 7.2 Seven Approaches to Labor/employee Relations in the Global Context 205 7.3 Local Union Environment Issues That MNEs Need to Consider 209 8.1 International Staffing Approaches 229 8.2 Traditional International Assignees and Local Nationals 231 8.3 Types of International Assignees 234 8.4 Questions to Better Manage a Global Workforce 238 9.1 Employment Options for International Transfers 247 9.2 The 21st-century Expatriate Manager Profile 254 9.3 Definition of Expatriate Failure 261 9.4 Reasons for Expatriate Failure 262 9.5 Best Practice in IA Selection 270
10.1 The Match of Training Techniques to Country Culture 294 10.2 Skills of the Transnationally Competent Manager Versus Those
of the Traditional International Manager 307 10.3 Five-Phase Process for Designing Effective CCT Programs 317 11.1 Hourly Compensation Costs for Production Workers in
Manufacturing, 2011 333 11.2 Average Annual Hours Per Year Per Person in Employment 338 11.3 Paid Vacation Days and Legally Mandated Paid Holidays 340 11.4 Types of Equity Compensation 343 11.5 The 10 Most Expensive Countries/cities in the World 355 11.6 Balance Sheet Example 356 11.7 Cost Estimate for Three-year Assignment 359 11.8 Average Tax Wedge 365 12.1 Shifts in Western PM 380 12.2 Globalization of Key Elements in the Design, Implementation,
and Evaluation of the PM System of an MNE 387 12.3 Criteria for Appraisal of International Assignees 395 12.4 Raters of International Assignee Performance 397 12.5 Use of Different Types of Rater in PAs of Expatriates 398 13.1 Issues to Consider When Designing Expatriate Crisis
Management Programs 416 14.1 World’s 30 Largest Cities (2015 and 2025) 430 14.2 Population and Labor Force Characteristics (Europe) 433 14.3 Population and Labor Force Characteristics (North America) 436 14.4 Population and Labor Force Characteristics (Asia) 440 14.5 Population and Labor Force Characteristics (Latin America
and Caribbean) 444 14.6 Population and Labor Force Characteristics (Africa) 448 15.1 International Relocation Services 476 15.2 The Datafication of HR 488
1.1 Yarn Paradise: World’s Biggest Online Yarn Store (Turkey) 33 2.1 The Early Evolution of Manufacturing Firms: Ford Motor Company Goes
International* (USA) 61 3.1 Capgemini: A Transnational Organization (France) 87 4.1 BCE’s Acquisition of Teleglobe International (Canada) 113 5.1 Internationalization and Cross-cultural Expansion of a Local
Manufacturer: Barden (US) and FAG (Germany) 147 6.1 Non-Compete Agreements and Intellectual Property: Value
Partners SA (Italy) and Bain & Company (USA) Conflict in Brazil 191 7.1 Global Industrial Relations at Ford Motor Company (USA/Global) 216 8.1 Firms Woo Executives from “Third” Countries (Global) 241 9.1 A World Marketplace for Jobs in Project-Based Work Environment
(Global) 278 10.1 Management Training in Africa (Malawi) 321 11.1 Compensation Problems with a Global Workforce
(Global, Thailand, Philippines, Japan, Bolivia) 373 12.1 Cross-Cultural Performance Evaluation in Thailand: The Case
of Richard Evans, Expatriate Managing Director (Switzerland/Thailand/UK) 403
13.1 Global Health and Safety Concerns (Global, Romania, UK, Ghana) 423 14.1 The Impact of HR on Innovation: A Six-Country Comparison (Global) 455 15.1 Becoming an HR Transnational at Germany’s OBI (Germany) 492
IHRM in Actions
IHRM in Action 1.1 Creating a Global Accounting Firm 17 IHRM in Action 1.2 CEOs’ Perspectives on Globalization 22 IHRM in Action 1.3 Developing a Global Appetite for Fish and Chips 29 IHRM in Action 2.1 Implementing a Global Strategy at a Japanese Pharmaceutical 39 IHRM in Action 3.1 Moving HR from International to Global 75 IHRM in Action 4.1 Lessons Learned by GE in Cross-Border Acquisitions 102 IHRM in Action 5.1 Turning McDonalds into a Global Brand 123 IHRM in Action 6.1 Developing Global Labor Standards at Levi Strauss 182 IHRM in Action 7.1 Cross-Border Worker Representation at Hewlett-Packard 211 IHRM in Action 8.1 Dealing with Labor Shortages in the Netherlands 226 IHRM in Action 9.1 Locating Near the Talent with a Global Workforce 251 IHRM in Action 9.2 Repatriation at Monsanto 274 IHRM in Action 10.1 Global Management Development Program at
Colgate Palmolive 302 IHRM in Action 11.1 Developing a Global Compensation Program at
Colgate Palmolive 330 IHRM in Action 12.1 Expatriate Performance Management at Nokia 390 IHRM in Action 13.1 The Need for Emergency Medical on Travel in Niger 414 IHRM in Action 15.1 IHRM in a Global Mining Company 478
End-of-Book Integrative Cases
Case 1 Fred Bailey: An Innocent Abroad 499 Case 2 Bavarian Auto Works in Indonesia (Germany/Indonesia) 503
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act ADEA Age Discrimination in Employment Act APEC Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ASEAN Association of South East Asian Nations BOK Body of Knowledge BRIC Brazil, Russia, India, China BT Business Traveler C&B Compensation and Benefits CBT Computer-Based Training CEE Central and Eastern Europe CEO Chief Executive Officer CFO Chief Financial Officer CIPD Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development COLA Cost of Living Allowance CSR Corporate Social Responsibility EEA European Economic Area EFTA European Free Trade Agreement EPI Efficient Purchaser Index ESOP Employee Stock Ownership Plan ESPP Employee Stock Purchase Plan ETUC European Trade Union Confederation EU European Union FCN Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation Treaty FCPA Foreign Corrupt Practices Act FDI Foreign Direct Investment FTAA Free Trade Area of the Americas Fx Exchange Rate GATT General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs
GEC Global Employment Company GHRIS Global Human Resource Information System GI Global Integration GLOBE Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness GPHR Global Professional in Human Resources GUFs Global Union Federations HCN Host-Country National HQ Headquarters HR Human Resources HRCI Human Resource Certification Institute HRIS Human Resource Information System HRM Human Resource Management IA International Assignee or International Assignment IB International Business ICC International Chamber of Commerce ICFTU International Confederation of Free Trade Unions IE International Employee IHR International Human Resources IHRM International Human Resource Management IJV International Joint Venture ILO International Labor Organization ILP International Labor Organization IMF International Monetary Fund INS Immigration and Naturalization Service IPM International Performance Management IPO Intellectual Property Office IT Information Technology ITUC International Trade Union Confederation JV Joint Venture LR Local Responsiveness M&A Merger and Acquisition MNE Multinational Enterprise NAALC North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement NGO Non-Governmental Organization OECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OEEC Office of European Economic Cooperation PA Performance Appraisal PCN Parent-Country National PCT Patent Cooperation Treaty PM Performance Management PRC People’s Republic of China
R&D Research and Development SAR Stock Appreciation Rights SEC Securities and Exchange Commission SHRM Society for Human Resource Management SIHRM Strategic International Human Resource Management SME Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises SOX Sarbanes-Oxley TCN Third-Country National T&D Training & Development TI Transparency International TNC Transnational Corporation TUAC Trade Union Advisory Committee UN United Nations UNCTAD United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UK United Kingdom US United States
We are grateful to many individuals who have provided valuable information, insights, cases, and assistance in completing this book. They include: Susan E. Jackson, Rutgers Uni- versity; Paul Sparrow and Cary Cooper, Lancaster University Management School; Jyotsna Bhatnagar and Rakesh Sharma, Management Development Institute India; Chris Brew- ster, Reading University; Yadong Luo, University of Miami; Ingmar Björkman, the Swed- ish School of Economics; James Hayton, University of Warick; Shaun Tyson and Michael Dickmann, Cranfield School of Management; Gary Florkowski, University of Pittsburgh; Cal Reynolds, Calvin Reynolds & Associates; Hugh Scullion, National University of Ireland; Dave Collings, Dublin City University; Vlad Vaiman, California Lutheran University; Stu Youngblood, Texas Christian University; Bruno Staffelbach, University of Zurich; Bill Cas- tellano, Rutgers University; Ed Schuler, The Schuler Group; Gerold Frick, Aalen Univer- sity; Manfred Stania, Stania Management; Martin Hilb, University of St. Gallen; Christian Scholz, University of Saarlandes; Mark Saxer, Saxer Consulting; Nigel Shaw and Nadia Wicki de la Puente, Novartis; Michael Morley, University of Limerick; Charles Galunic and Isable Assureira, INSEAD; Simon Dolan, ESADE; Georges Bachtold, Blumer Machines Company; Darryl Weiss, Lockheed Martin Orincon, San Diego; Jerry Edge, RMC Consult- ants; Joann Stang, Solar Turbines (retired); Bernie Kulchin, Cubic Corporation; Ben Shaw, Bond University; Ed Watson, KPMG; Gardiner Hempel, Deloitte & Touche; Wayne Cascio and Manuel Serapio, University of Colorado-Denver; Bob Grove, San Diego Employers’ Association (retired), Jason Exley, MSI, Denver, CO; Shaista Khilji, The George Washing- ton University; Akram Al Ariss, Toulouse Business School; and Elaine Farndale, Pennsylva- nia State University.
A special thanks to Lisbeth Claus, Willamette University, for her permission to use her contributions to the fourth and fifth editions.
Dr. Schuler thanks many students at Rutgers University in the Department of Human Resource Management for their teaching and writing suggestions, and the department’s webmaster, Renee Walker, for her work on the construction of his global website.
Dr. Briscoe thanks his graduate students at the University of San Diego and at the many other schools in the some 19 countries where he has taught IHRM, and particularly his
most recent graduate assistant, Chanyu Miao, for her help in research into IHRM and country HR practices.
Dr. Ibraiz Tarique is indebted to his father, Dr. Asif Tarique, who passed away in Janu- ary 2015, for teaching him the value of cultural diversity. Dr. Asif Tarique (an international marine biologist by profession) was a global citizen who had a true passion for cultural diversity developed from living in numerous countries and experiencing different cultures, people from all walks of life, poetry, and languages. Dr. Ibraiz Tarique is grateful to his father for an upbringing as a “third culture kid” (a child who grows up in a culture other than that of his or her parents).
Dr. Ibraiz Tarique gives thanks to his family for providing unwavering support to work on this book. He is thankful to both co-authors for providing the guidance, encourage- ment, and support to contribute to the fifth edition. For Dr. Ibraiz Tarique, working with Dr. Schuler and Dr. Briscoe has been one of the best experiences. Dr. Ibraiz Tarique is thankful to all the individuals who helped in the research for this book. He would like to thank the Lubin School of Business, Pace University, and his excellent colleagues for sup- porting his interests in international human resource management. Finally, he would like to thank his students (both current and past) who continuously inspire him and remind him every day that learning is a lifelong process.
And last, Dr. Briscoe acknowledges the support from his wife, Georgia, who provided inspiration and example during a particularly difficult time for her during the writing of this fifth edition as well as the example being set by his son, Forrest, who is now showing his father how the role of professor can be so fulfilling. He also acknowledges how great it has been to work with his co-authors, Ibraiz Tarique and Randall Schuler. They went above and beyond the call of duty to provide the support and effort necessary to complete the project within tight deadlines. Their contributions made the final product much better.
Finally the authors thank the many great people at Routledge for their wonderful assis- tance and support throughout this project, in particular, the Global HRM Series senior editor, Sharon Golan.
Thank you all!
Ibraiz Tarique Dennis Briscoe
Randall Schuler January 2016
Global HRM is a series of books edited and authored by some of the best and most well-known researchers in the field of human resource management. This series is aimed at offering students and practitioners accessible, coordinated and comprehensive books in global HRM. To be used individually or together, these books cover the main areas in international and comparative HRM. Taking an expert look at an increasingly important and complex area of global business, it is a groundbreaking series that answers a real need for useful and affordable textbooks on global HRM.
Several books in the Global HRM series are devoted to human resource management policies and practices in multinational enterprises. Some books focus on specific areas of global HRM policies and practices, such as global leadership, global compensation, global talent management and global labor relations. Other books address special topics that arise in multinational enterprises, such as managing HR in cross-border alliances, manag- ing global legal systems, and the structure of the global HR function. There is also a book of global human resource management cases. Several other books in the series adopt a comparative approach to understanding human resource management. These books on comparative human resource management describe HRM topics found at the country level in selected countries. The comparative books utilize a common framework that makes it easier for the reader to systematically understand the rationale for the similarities and dif- ferences in findings across countries.
The fifth edition of International Human Resource Management, written by Ibraiz Tari- que, Dennis Briscoe and Randall Schuler, serves as the foundation book for all the other books that focus on specific areas of global HRM policies and practices, and for the books that address special topics such as alliances, strategies, and structures and legal systems. As such, its 15 chapters provide the broadest possible base for an overview of all the major areas in the field of international human resource management. As with all the books in the Global HRM series, the chapters are based upon the most recent and classic research, as well as numerous examples of what multinational enterprises are doing today. This latest edition of this foundation book contains numerous updates and revisions that make the
book even more relevant and useful to the reader, whether university student or practi- tioner. More material has been put into tables and exhibits to help summarize a lot of information, thus making it more quickly accessible and more interesting for the reader.
This Routledge series, Global HRM, is intended to serve the growing market of global scholars and practitioners who are seeking a deeper and broader understanding of the role and importance of human resource management in companies that operate throughout the world. With this in mind, all books in the series provide a thorough review of existing research and numerous examples of companies around the world. Mini-company stories and examples are found throughout the chapters. In addition, many of the books in the series include at least one detailed case description that serves as convenient practical illus- trations of topics discussed in the book. The companion website for this book contains additional cases and resources for students and faculty to use for greater discussions of the topics in all the chapters.
Because a significant number of scholars and practitioners throughout the world are involved in researching and practicing the topics examined in this series of books, the authorship of the books and the experiences of the companies cited in the books reflect a vast global representation. The authors in the series bring with them exceptional knowledge of the human resource management topics they address, and in many cases the authors are the pioneers for their topics. So we feel fortunate to have the involvement of such a distin- guished group of academics in this series.
The publisher and editor have played a very major role in making this series possible. Routledge has provided its global production, marketing and reputation to make this series feasible and affordable to academics and practitioners throughout the world. In addition, Routledge has provided its own highly qualified professionals to make this series a reality. In particular, we want to indicate our deep appreciation for the work of our series editor, Sharon Golan. She has been very supportive of the Global HRM series and has been inval- uable in providing the needed support and encouragement to us and the many authors and editors in the series. She, and the entire Routledge staff, has helped make the process of completing this series an enjoyable one. For everything they have done, we thank them all. Together we are all very excited about the Global HRM series and hope you find an opportunity to use International Human Resource Management, fifth edition, and all the other books in the series!
Randall S. Schuler, Rutgers University and the Lancaster University School of Management
Susan E. Jackson, Rutgers University and the Lancaster University School of Management
Paul Sparrow, Manchester University Manag
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