The Global HRM Series has for over a decade been leading the way in advancing our understand of Global HRM issues. Edited and authored by the leading and highest-profile researchers in the field of human resource management (HRM), this series of books offers students and reflective practitioners accessible, coordinated and comprehensive textbooks on global HRM. Individually and collectively, these books cover the core areas of the field, including titles on global leadership, global talent management, global careers, and the global HR function, as well as comparative volumes on HR in key global regions.
The series is organized into two distinct strands: the first reflects key issues in managing global HRM; and the second comparative perspectives human resource management.
Taking an expert look at an increasingly important area of global business, this well-established series has become the benchmark for serious textbooks on global HRM.
The Publisher and Editors wish to thank the Founding Editors of the series – Randall Schuler, Susan Jackson, Paul Sparrow and Michael Poole.
Dedication: The late Professor Michael Poole was one of the founding series editors and the series is dedicated to his memory.
Manager-Subordinate Trust A Global Perspective
Global Compensation Foundations and Perspectives
Global Industrial Relations
Managing Global Legal Systems International Employment Regulation and Competitive Advantage
Managing Human Resources in the Middle-East
Managing Human Resources in Asia-Pacific
By Pablo Cardona, Michael J. Morley
November 29, 2012
This volume in the Routledge Global Human Resource Management Series is dedicated to analyzing the process of trust development between managers and subordinates in different countries of the main cultures of the world. Behaviors and trust are linked in a process that can reinforce or diminish the ...
By Steve Werner
April 23, 2007
This unique text covers the key issues in North American human resources today. Providing an overview of new and emerging issues in North American Human Resource Management (HRM), the chapters are divided into three parts. The first part examines how changes in the business ...
By Michael Dickmann, Yehuda Baruch
October 18, 2010
With interest in the global environment and the management of ‘talent’ increasing, understanding the issue of global careers is crucial for students and managers alike. This exciting book captures broad research extending to a large set of diverse motivations, experiences, and outcomes of ...
By Luis Gomez-Mejia, Steve Werner
September 19, 2008
Compensation is a systematic approach to providing monetary value and other benefits to employees in exchange for their work and service. But pay and conditions becomes a more complicated issue for multinational companies which operate across different locations and cultures, and who employ an ...
By Arup Varma, Pawan S. Budhwar, Angelo DeNisi
June 18, 2008
Performance management is the process by which organizations set goals, determine standards, assign and evaluate work, and distribute rewards. But when you operate across different countries and continents, performance management strategies cannot be one dimensional. HR managers need systems that ...
By Marta Elvira, Anabella Davila
August 10, 2005
In addition to providing the reader with a thorough overview of the trends in HR strategies and practice and the challenges faced by HR executives in Latin America, this book also explores cultural issues critical to conducting business and understanding human resource management in this region. ...
By Michael J. Morley, Patrick Gunnigle, David Collings
July 25, 2006
Breaking new ground and drawing on contributions from the leading academics in the field, this notable volume focuses specifically on industrial relations. Informative and revealing, the text provides an overview of the industrial relations systems of nine regions (North America, South ...
By Henrik Holt Larsen, Wolfgang Mayrhofer
August 18, 2006
This informative text provides an analysis of the ten most important themes in European HRM. It takes a thematic yet critical approach and includes three distinct country examples in each chapter, paying special attention to dilemmas, controversies, paradoxes and problems in the field. The major ...
By Gary W. Florkowski
July 07, 2006
Presenting a framework for understanding the corporate strategy-public policy interface as it relates to human capital management, this unique text treats legal systems as factors that must be actively managed in the firm’s larger pursuit of international competitive advantage. It provides readers ...
By Pawan S. Budhwar, Kamel Mellahi
August 17, 2006
Managing Human Resources in the Middle East provides the reader with an understanding of the dynamics of HRM in this important region. Systematic analysis highlights the main factors and variables dictating HRM policies and practices within each country. Diverse and unique cultural, ...
By Hugh Scullion, David G. Collings
April 19, 2006
Staffing is one of the biggest issues facing companies moving into the global market today. This book provides a multi-disciplinary, integrated and critical discussion-based analysis of current and emerging issues in global staffing. It critically examines best practice and leading approaches,...
By Pawan S. Budhwar
June 17, 2004
This book presents an HRM scenario in a number of South-East Asian and Pacific Rim countries. It highlights the growth of the personnel/HR function, the dominant HRM system(s) in the area, the influence of different factors on HRM, and the challenges faced by HR functions in these nations. An ...