- International Human Resources Management
This course will examine and explore key issues that are critical to the successful utilization of a multicultural workforce. These include the international staffing process, identifying unique training needs for international assignees, reconciling home-country and host-country performance appraisal systems, identifying the characteristics associated with a good compensation program and exploring the major differences between labor relations in the U.S. and Europe. Most students interested in international human resource management should normally have already taken OL 215, a course in domestic human resource management, or some preliminary introduction to the world of international law, government, economics and marketing. Offered every other year.