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Determining Strategies For Cross-cultural Training- India Based MNC: Multinational companies in India, with a particular emphasis on the socio-cultural aspects of human resource management

 Author: Priti Acharya, Vivekanand Acharya  Category: Human Resource, Management  Published: 01 Jun, 2013  Get it on Amazon

Growing number of MNCs have been attracted to India and many more are planning to enter India. This research work seeks to analyze the experience of multinational companies in India, with a particular emphasis on the sociocultural aspects of human resource management. The main purpose is to help expatriates in understanding the complex socio cultural aspects of Indian work culture and management practices and improving their effectiveness. Due to cultural differences in the host and the expatriate country the successful ratio to survive in the host country is decreasing and this impact on the globalization or the success of the any organization. “For this reason, international HR practitioners and management researchers alike are particularly interested in understanding how to best predict individuals who can live and work successfully in cross-national”. To meet the purpose, the study focuses on the following two research questions: a) The different cross-cultural training strategies of multinational companies in the India for employee’s expatriates from other countries. b) The advantages and disadvantages of their cross-cultural training programmers

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