Desenvolvimento de competências de gestão de recursos humanos em subsidiárias de multinacionais brasileiras: uma pesquisa multinível Outros Idiomas

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32564
Resumo:
Neste artigo, tem-se por objetivo investigar os fatores associa- dos ao desenvolvimento de competências de gestão de recursos humanos (GRH) em subsidiárias estrangeiras de multinacionais brasileiras. Essas competências são essenciais por permitirem às unidades estrangeiras adotar práticas de GRH consistentes com os países ou mercados nos quais operam. Uma pesquisa multinível foi realizada, envolvendo as matrizes e subsidiárias de empresas brasileiras; na análise empírica empregou-se modelagem hierár- quico-linear. Apesar do debate recorrente sobre estandardização global versus adaptação local, identificou-se que a integração de políticas de GRH (focando simultaneamente diretrizes globais e resposta local) pode estimular o desenvolvimento de competên- cias. Além disso, a interação com redes externas no país hospe- deiro pode intensificar o desenvolvimento de competências de GRH. No entanto, determinados fatores culturais da empresa podem inibir tal desenvolvimento nas subsidiárias estrangeiras.
Citação ABNT:
REIS, G. G.; BORINI, F. M.; FLEURY, M. T. L. Drivers of human resource management competences development in Brazilian multinational subsidiaries: a multilevel research. Revista de Administração, v. 49, n. 3, p. 519-533, 2014.
Citação APA:
Reis, G. G., Borini, F. M., & Fleury, M. T. L. (2014). Drivers of human resource management competences development in Brazilian multinational subsidiaries: a multilevel research. Revista de Administração, 49(3), 519-533.
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10.5700/rausp1165
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/32564/desenvolvimento-de-competencias-de-gestao-de-recursos-humanos-em-subsidiarias-de-multinacionais-brasileiras--uma-pesquisa-multinivel/i/pt-br
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Artigo
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Inglês
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