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eBook Managing Human Resources in Latin America: An Agenda for International Leaders (Global HRM) ePub

by Marta Elvira,Anabella Davila

  • ISBN: 0415339189
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Marta Elvira,Anabella Davila
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 12, 2005)
  • Pages: 296
  • ePub book: 1147 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1769 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 162

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Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-0415339186. This book is an essential guide for managers and scholars seeking to understand how the national cultures of Latin America impact business.

Marta Elvira, Anabella Davila

Marta Elvira, Anabella Davila. 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

Marta Elvira, Anabella Davila.

Marta Elvira, Anabella Davila. 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.

Managing Human Resources in Latin America: An Agenda for International Leaders.

The Global HRM Series has for over a decade been leading the way in advancing our understand of Global HRM issues.

Marta M Elvira is Academic Dean at Lexington College Chicago. Anabella Davilla is a tenured professor of Organization Theory at Monterrey TEC, Mexico. The Global HRM Series has for over a decade been leading the way in advancing our understand of Global HRM issues.

This book is an excellent resource for those practitioners or scholars who want to understand, practice or study HRM in Latin America.

Anabella Davilla is a tenured professor of Organization Theory at Monterrey TEC, Mexico. This book is an excellent resource for those practitioners or scholars who want to understand, practice or study HRM in Latin America.

Routledge Global Human Resource Management is an important new .

Routledge Global Human Resource Management is an important new series that examines human resources in its global context. Overall, Marta Elvira and Anabella Davila have given the reader a very valuable book that provides information on the human resource management activities and experiences in Latin America.

Chapter 1: Culture and human resource management (HRM) in Latin America .

Chapter 1: Culture and human resource management (HRM) in Latin America (Davila. Chapter 2: Latin America – economic and business context (Lourdes Casanova). corporations (NMCs) (Carolina Gomez and Juan I. Sanchez). leader benevolence, decision-making control and human resource management. practices (Patricia G. Martinez).

In: Latukha M. (eds) Talent Management in Global Organizations. Palgrave Studies of in Emerging Markets. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Managing Human Resources in Latin America: An Agenda for International Leaders (Global HRM). London/New York: Routledge. Encyclopedia Britannica. History of Latin America. Last modified 28 December 2017. Gregorio Martín-de Castro. In: Latukha M.

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.

Structured in two distinct parts, Davila and Elvira's comprehensive book moves from a general overview of the economic, managerial and leadership styles found in Latin America to the current status, role and importance of the HR function in a variety of country-specific chapters including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Central America and Panama. Expert scholars from the region and abroad highlight how regional characteristics affect HRM practices according to the particular development of each country, and country specific chapters focus on:

aspects of key institutional determinants of HRM practices (such as laws, politics, economy) the current status, role and importance of the HR function in most firms review practices including pay, staffing and labour relations trends for the near future.

Written from a Latin American perspective, and by contributors with interdisciplinary backgrounds, it features topical, original research and forms an essential component of the Global HRM series, complementing the other texts. Using up-to-the-minute case studies, this text is invaluable reading for academics, students and practitioners of HRM, personnel management and international business alike.

Comments

BlackBerry BlackBerry
amazing book for those trying to learn abpout human resources in latin america
Arlana Arlana
I bought this book as part of my research on IHRM in Brazil's emerging economy. The first few chapters of the book are good and informative, on general HR practices in Latin America.

The chapter on Brazilian HRM (chapter 6) is terrible on the other hand. Maybe it is a problem of translation but the text is incomprehensible. I am convinced the author is a very good professor and her research in very valuable to this field. But it seems her study is translated with google and copy-paste put together, I could not understand it. It is a shame that it is so difficult to find good articles and books on such an important topic.