International Recruitment, Selection, and Assessment
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Jan 1, 2006 - Employee selection - 72 pages
This research report looks at the key areas of international recruitment, selection and assessment. These include international recruitment from overseas countries for employment in the home market, resourcing employees for international assignments, recruitment for expanding overseas and decentralising responsibility for international recruitment.
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Types of international employee and their required competencies
International migration and the impact on recruitment
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