Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Faizal.haque
Hr Professional
Aparna Sethi
Training And Recruitment
Shwetandubey
Hr- Manager

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Dear All,
I would like to appeal IHR experts to give insight on managing people from Japan, Europe, and US. What’s the major difference do you find while managing people from the above countries comapre to India? Or kindly share your practical experience on managing employees on global projects.
I am sure this information will be informative for all aspiring HR managers.
Aparna Sethi.

From India, Salai
Dear Aparna, I have attached a doc that will give you some basic insights of managing people globally & the future role of HR. Source:Pricewaterhousecoopers
From India, Madras

Attached Files
File Type: pdf hr 2020 roles nice read.pdf (845.5 KB, 1899 views)

Dear Aparna,
There is a monthly named "Human Capital". In this magazine for a long time Renu Mattoo use to write a column on dealing persons from various countries. Try to get this magazine and you will get good amount of information on psychology of various nationalities.
Ok...
Dinesh V Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Dear Aparna, You may read the attched book on IHRM; it would give you some insight. Cheers! faizal haque
From India, Vadodara

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File Type: pdf international_human_resource_management_a_multinational_company_perspective.pdf (3.57 MB, 862 views)

Dear Aparna,
One very important aspect of International HR is International Labour laws, since you will responsible for their HR process & initiative implementation, you should also be aware of the local labour laws.
I suggest you also visit www.ilo.org for the information on Local labour laws of the countries registered in ILO.
Best Regards,
Shweta Dubey

From India, Hyderabad
Japanese management is diametrically opposite to American management. Japan believes in lifetime employment. They treat senior employees respectfully and believe in collective decision making.
From India, Bengaluru
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