An Exploration Into the Challenges Facing Practitioners of International Human Resource Management: A Literature Review
A corporation's growth strategy influences its decisions regarding both mergers and decisions to enter into foreign markets and compete for international market share. However, entering into culturally diverse countries is the first hurdle these organizations must overcome. Past research and practice have demonstrated that it is unwise to export U.S. Human Resource (HR) practices to another country. It is preferable to strike a balance between HR practices tailored to the host country's laws, society, and culture. This paper explored the issues encountered by international organizations and global HR management practitioners within the existing literature.