International Human Resource Management
Winter Term 2020/2021
2020-10-21, 08:30-12:00 / JUR 490
The course „International Human Resource Management“ will examine how firms can effectively manage human resources in the global business environment. The course will address firm-level strategies and models for managing human resources, implementing global concepts such as talent management and employee engagement across a global workforce, and differences across countries in specific human resource management practices.
|Learning outcome||Describe the primary types of international human resource strategies and HR practices associated with each.
Identify differences among cultures and how national culture affects human resource management practices.
Compare German employment and labor law to such laws in other countries, identitying similarities and differences.
Describe the purpose of using expatriates as part of a global HR system and identify appropriate techniques for selecting, training, compensating, and repatriating these managers.
Identify challenges and potential solutions for effectively working with a global, virtual team.
Evaluate scientific evidence and practical examples related to various international HR strategies and tactics.
|Test||Seminar thesis and presentation|
|Contact person||Sandra Fisher|
Students who would like to attend have to fill out this online-application. Besides this application an additional registration at the Examination Office is mandatory.