Implications for recruitment in a multinational organization: a case study of human resource management in the United Arab Emirates.
The case study aims to investigate human resource management issues of national importance, and specific recruitment issues important to the company.
Students studying, e.g. Human Resource Management/Developing Human Resources as courses within an undergraduate business degree program. The audience is also targeted through courses that include the study of cross cultural management/diversity.
An industrial organization in the United Arab Emirates has a multinational workforce, where many employees are recruited from overseas. The recruitment process necessitates liaison with recruitment agencies at a distance, and locally with the government labor office.
Expected learning outcomes
Students will be able to: analyze that companies exist in an external environment that impacts on their internal policies; describe the importance of quality assurance to the HR function in an organization; and explain how the HR department works closely with all departments in an organization.
Kemp, L. (2011), "Implications for recruitment in a multinational organization: a case study of human resource management in the United Arab Emirates", Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, Vol. 1 No. 4. https://doi.org/10.1108/20450621111192780Download as .RIS
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