For this assignment, choose a peer-reviewed article to review from the databases in the CSU Online Library. Find an article about international human resource management (IHRM) that is of interest to you and covers the multinational manager training topics from this unit. The article you choose must be at least two pages in length and be written within the last five years. Write a two-page review of the article that includes the following information.
- Briefly introduce and summarize the article.
- Identify the author’s main points.
- Who is the author’s intended audience?
- Discuss the corporate cultural elements addressed in the article as they pertain to training multinational managers. Is enough being done in this area to properly train multinational managers?
- Identify legal concerns that may exist for IHRM in training multinational managers.
- Does the information from the article support the information in your textbook, or are there differences?
Your completed article review must be at least two pages in length. You are required to use at least two outside sources, one of which must be the article you reviewed. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations.
Article is attached.
Citation: Farooq, W., Bhatti, O. K., & Latif, S. (2019). Islamic Human Resource Management (IHRM) Practices Impact on Employees’ Work Engagement: An Empirical Study. Al-Adwa, 34(51), 1–18.Accessed April 1, 2022. https://search-ebscohost-com.
Many legal issues exist in IHRM that HRs should be aware of. Some of them include understanding the labor laws in different countries as each country operates differently. The federal laws affecting human resource management are another issue in every country (Juarez Tarraga, Santandreu Mascarell, & Marin Garcia, 2019). Other legal concerns include HRIS compliance issues and common lawsuits that exist in different countries and relevant updated HR laws and their corresponding regulations as they regulate hiring and firing, workplace safety, wages compensation, and confidentiality. They also provide guidance on how to operate organizations in different countries.