Human Resource Management relates to the processes involved in managing people in international enterprises (Helfrich, et al., 2008). Although the literature has identified several criteria to classify the degree or intensity of an enterprise´s multi- or transnationality for this short abstract a multinational enterprise can be defined as “an enterprise which conducts it activities, control production or service facilities and activities that add value in more than one country”
(Zurawicki, 1979). Among the first enterprises driving global business were those who signed on crews and chartered ships, handled, loaded and imported tea from India for the British …show more content…
The key objective should be to include so smoothen the effect each national culture has on the human workforce and try to work towards creating its own unique Business Culture. The most effective cultural elements must be chosen, merged and fine-tuned over time to fulfil the need of an organization in order to synergize and achieve common goals and vision effectively. Although culture may differ from one business-unit to the other, the same culture must be shared among fellow employees in Multinational enterprises within the same organization in order to synergize and achieve common goals and vision effectively (Jerome, 2013).
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