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Can multicultural human resources management problems be solved by an organisational culture?

Abstract : During recent decades, globalisation has affected and changed functions of enterprises, firms must adapt their strategies to global business and to international human resources management. A new challenge seems to be imposed to international managers and to international HRM: how to create cooperation between employees representing different cultural backgrounds and how to find a common identity in multicultural teams? Our article, based on a case study, inter-site cases, examines five different multicultural work groups. Results reveal how cooperation can be created and managed with the HRM practices and tools: recruitment, intercultural management, mediation and organisational culture.
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Helena Karjalainen. Can multicultural human resources management problems be solved by an organisational culture?. Management international, HEC Montréal, 2010, Été, 14 (4), pp.99-114. ⟨10.7202/044662ar⟩. ⟨hal-03039785⟩

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