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International HRM has traditionally been concerned with how international organisations resource and manage their human resources across different national contexts (Brewster et al., 2011: 13).
Critically discuss this statement with reference to concepts of globalization, policy diffusion and the facilitating and constraining influences of MNCs, national cultures and institutional arrangements.
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4.1 AssessmentInformation and Marking Criteria
4.1.1 Element 010 – Assignment
Mark Learning Outcome

  1. A clear structure, with a lucid introduction that demonstrates a clear understanding of the assignment with coherent indication of the core conceptual issues and debates, indication of how they are relevant and important and an outline of how the topic is addressed. 10% 1
  2. Extent of critical discussion and evaluation of different theories of IHRM and demonstration of critical understanding of the differences between International and Comparative HRM and how that is relevant to Brewster et al’s analysis. 25% 1 and 2
  3. Evidence of knowledge of competing views of globalisation, policy diffusion and arguments about the roles of MNCs in the international transfer of HRM practice. 25% 2 and 3
  4. Extent of engagement and critical analysis of the competing debates about cultural and
    institutional embeddedness of HRM practices and their implications for the traditional concerns of International HRM as according to Brewster et al. (2011). 30% 3 and 4
  5. Concluding remarks that flow from the main body and therefore, earlier arguments and clearly and logically draws these together and apply them to the assignment to reinforce the key ideas and arguments.

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