Overview of the assignment: Using the IHRM ideas and theory covered in this course, students must analyze the current IHRM issues that international HR managers must address while managing human capital in both national and globalized contexts.
Trade, labor, and employment legislation can have a positive or negative impact on HR practices in foreign offices depending on the country.
For instance, Dowling et al. (2017) point out a significant challenge for MNEs with regard to the response of consumers in the Home Country to claims of unfair employment practices, poor consumer practices, financial breaches, etc. even if these only elicit a minimal or no response from consumers in the Host Country.
The Global HR Director of Ceutical has requested that you conduct additional research, write a 2,000-word report outlining Poland’s industrial or employment relations characteristics (such as employers, trade unions, and employment laws), and critically assess the case for enacting a global code of conduct for human resource management.
Poland is the chosen nation.
1. Conduct more study to explain the important aspects of Poland’s industrial or employment relations (employers, unions, and the government’s involvement, including pertinent labor laws).
2. Explain the potential effects of industrial or employment relations practices on the way Ceutical performs its HR activities, functions, and structure using IHRM theory and recent research covered in this course.
3. Critically discuss the merits of a ‘Global Code of HRM Conduct’ and confirm whether Ceutical would be well advised to implement a Global Code of Conduct approach.
· The report format should have:
Introduction, section headings, and a conclusion.
A minimum of 8 academic sources are required and these are not included in the word count. Academic sources are books as well as peer-reviewed articles found in reputable industry journals.