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    Krishnan Bangaruswamy is Senior Director - Human Resources, Omega Healthcare. He comes with a...
  • Dec-2012
  • By Swati Bhasin
    It is quite true that people across the world do smile in the same language. However, despite t...
  • Feb-2008
  • Satyam’s recent decision to intensify focus on Japan has sparked off a series of targeted cultu...
  • July-2007
  • Nicole Watanabe
    In an attempt to create continuity by defining skills and competencies required of employees wo...
  • June-2007
  • Prof. Madhukar Shukla
    Some years back,one of the Indian engineering companies entered into a JV with a US MNC. Since,...
  • Feb-2006
  • Today’s global managers need to interact without offending each other's sensibilities. The answ...
  • Sep-2005
  • Michael Bendorf
    Buck Consultants Survey looks at corporate global equity-based programs - past and prospective...
  • Aug-2005
  • For Holset, expatriation has its roots in employee diversity, while in Dr. Reddy’s it services ...
  • Apr-2005
  • Maryann Billington
    Once an aspiration for large corporations,doing business on a global scale is now a reality in ...
  • Jan-2005
  • Mario Ferraro
    When dealing with the localisation of international assignees in Singapore, how can HR practiti...
  • Apr-2003
  • Laura W. Young
    Foreign companies setting up shop in China are confident that they can afford to hire the best ...
  • Nov-2002
  • Prof. Madhukar Shukla
    Some years back, one of the Indian engineering companies entered into a JV with a US MNC. Since...
  • Mar-2002
  • Towers Perrin's latest survey on worldwide management of employee benefit provision...
  • Feb-2001
    Sucess in global marketplace depend on effective cross cultural exchange....
  • Nov-2000
  • This month, Human Capital series on "Benchmarking HR" zooms in on global remuneration strategie...
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