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Managing human resources in Latin America

an agenda for international leaders

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Personnel management -- Latin America

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statement[edited by] Marta M. Elvira and Anabella Davila.
      ContributionsElvira, Marta M., 1965-, Dávila, Anabella.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5549.2.L29 M36 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3298171M
      ISBN 100415339170, 0415339189
      LC Control Number2004024600

      In this article several aspects of human resource management (HRM) in Chile will be examined. Initially Chile will be analysed in the context of Latin American culture and history, as it shares a number of common features with the rest of the. The book uses a selection of real-life case studies, plus quantitative data, to understand the unique challenges of human resource management in Latin America, exploring: the relationship between political, economic and social forces and HR practicesBrand: Taylor And Francis.

        Best Human-resource Management Practices in Latin America is relevant to human-resource management specialists in and beyond Latin America. Those working in clear legislative HRM environments and stable and secure societies will find the book a useful aid to decision-making when legislation and society do not provide : A. Davila. This original collection explores the tensions between the strategic HRM policies demanded by global competition and local approaches rooted in Latin American cultural book uses a selection of real-life case studies, plus quantitative data, to understand the unique challenges of human resource management in Latin America, exploring.

      “Asia is expected to be very attractive to Latin American MNCs for exploration and development because of its large markets and natural and human resources,” the report noted. The Health Workforce in Latin America and the Caribbean The Health Workforce in Latin America and the Caribbean and Latin America and the Caribbean Average, 77 diseases, and nutrition. She holds a certificate in strengthening human resources for health from Harvard University’s School of Public Health, a master’s in.


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About the Author. Anabella Davila is Professor of Organizational Theory and Business History at the Graduate School of Business Administration and Leadership at Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.

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In the chapter titled “Culture and Human Resource Management in Latin America”, the two scholars identify the cultural values that determine Human Resources in the region. They show how these factors can determine the success and failure of a business organization.

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