INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

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INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

Globalization has affected every aspect of business and human resource management is
not exempted. Globalization has restructured employment relations globally in various
industries. Globalization highlights the need for employees to voice their voice and
representation because employees in one country learn from others when they work together.
According to Stanton, Burgess, Vo, Edwards, Lewer, Hannif and Bartram (2009), the
process of globalization has motivated speculation on the enthusiasm about a globalized
economy whereby companies are incorporated into region- states and they follow common set of
best practices. The authors argued that companies have adopted a convergent model of
organization leading to homogenization in behaviour. Therefore, globalization affects employee
voice through capitalism. Multinational corporations adopt certain strategies in human resource
management and practices of employee relations which are influenced by capitalism.

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  • “[D]evelopments might suggest that national employment relations institutions continue to play an important role in producing different [employment relations] outcomes between countries. However, the growing size and significant of international business institutions such as multinational enterprises (MNES) and standardized production systems operating across national borders, have led some to conclude that the scope for national differences in how work is organized and governed has been eroded” (bamber et al 2016, p.2) INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS.

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  • “while globalization has reshaped employment relations across the world, it has also highlighted the need for active employee voice and representation in the workplace”. Consider the validity of this statement from the perspectives of firms, employee representatives and states providing examples where appropriate. INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS.
  • The varieties of capitalism theory is useful to understand the operations and behaviors of firms, but less useful for understanding employment relations.”
  • Evaluate this statement providing examples where appropriate. INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS.

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INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

Globalization has affected every aspect of business and human resource management is
not exempted. Globalization has restructured employment relations globally in various
industries. Globalization highlights the need for employees to voice their voice and
representation because employees in one country learn from others when they work together.
According to Stanton, Burgess, Vo, Edwards, Lewer, Hannif and Bartram (2009), the
process of globalization has motivated speculation on the enthusiasm about a globalized
economy whereby companies are incorporated into region- states and they follow common set of
best practices. The authors argued that companies have adopted a convergent model of
organization leading to homogenization in behaviour. Therefore, globalization affects employee
voice through capitalism. INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYEE RELATIONS. Multinational corporations adopt certain strategies in human resource
management and practices of employee relations which are influenced by capitalism…..

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