Magazine article Personnel Journal

From Global Expatriates to Host-Country Nationals

Magazine article Personnel Journal

From Global Expatriates to Host-Country Nationals

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The global articles in 1995 will focus on issues that reflect workplace and management concerns that HR professionals face outside the United States. They reflect our editorial understanding that the issues are truly global. No longer is it enough to look at topics strictly from an American perspective. We begin this year's set of global stories with an article about the challenges of host-country nationals. In the future, PERSONNEL JOURNAL will cover these other topics:

DEVELOPING GLOBAL TALENT

Most people agree that the talent pool of people capable of managing in the global marketplace is limited. What are companies doing to build the work force of the future? Are they training, subsidizing education, stepping up their overseas assignments rate? What skills are key? And how do employees assess the people who have those skills?

GLOBAL COMPENSATION

Compensating people who are on international assignments is a monumental task. This article will explore the basic philosophy of remuneration--both compensation and benefits--in the global workplace. It will look at how key companies currently approach the task, why they choose to do it the way they do, and the advantages and disadvantages in a changing world. …

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