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欧米多国籍企業における組織・人事システムのキー・ファクター : シンガポール・タイの実態調査から

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Title: 欧米多国籍企業における組織・人事システムのキー・ファクター : シンガポール・タイの実態調査から
Other Titles: Key Factors in Organizational Structure and Human Resources Management System of US and European Multinationals in Southeast Asia
Authors: 藤野, 哲也
Authors (alternative): Fujino, Tetsuya
Issue Date: 25-Mar-2003
Citation: 長崎大学東南アジア研究年報. vol.44, p.27-43; 2003
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is, based on the result of my field survey carried out in 1999 and 2000, to examine the key factors in organizational structure and human resources management system of US and European multinationals, along with those of local companies, in Singapore and Thailand. While the recent tendency of shift to product-oriented organizational structure in US and European multinationals is similar to that of Japanese corporations, the human resources management system of US and European multinationals is quite different from Japanese system. Fast promotion and diverse career paths through screening of High Potential Employees in early stage, selective training/rotation and global job grade system are the key factors in the human resources management system of US and European multinationals, which attract local employees more than Japanese seniority-based promotion system.
Keywords: 欧米多国籍企業 / 製品別組織 / 地域統括会社 / 三国間派遣社員 / ブロード・バンディング / 昇進スピード / Us and European Multinationals / Product-oriented Organization / Regional Headquarters / Third Country Nationals / Broad Banding System / Fast Promotion
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6782
ISSN: 05471443
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Appears in Collections:Issue 44

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6782

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