Strategic international HR planning typically involves projecting global competence supply, forecasting global competence needs, and developing a blueprint to establish global competence pools within companies, so that the supply of global managers worldwide will be sufficient to meet with the MNC’s global strategies.
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- HR surplus
Skills surplus occurs when the internal workforce supply exceeds the organization’s requirement or demand for personnel.
- Bumping or Layoff Procedures
Bumping/Layoff Procedures– Detailed procedures that determine who will be laid off if no work is available; generally allow employees to use their seniority to remain on the job.
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- On-call time
On-call time used to define periods of time when an employee is off duty but is required to remain on or close to the company premises or to respond to a call or page
- Career Management
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- Job enlargement
Job enlargement means assigning workers additional same-level activities.
- Apprenticeship Training
Apprenticeship training is a process by which people become skilled workers, usually through a combination of formal learning a long-term on-the job training.