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International human resource management practices adopted by multinational corporations in the hotel sector of Fiji

Suwastika Naidu and Anand Chand

International Journal of Management and Network Economics, 2014, vol. 3, issue 2, 156-168

Abstract: Managing human resources in the international context is a challenging task for human resource managers. Majority of the five-star hotels in Fiji are internationally owned by multinational corporations from France, USA, Hawaii, Hong Kong and Singapore. Multinational companies from different countries behave differently in the way they manage their employees and handle employment relations issues. The tourism sector of Fiji is the largest employer in the service sector. Employees from the tourism sector are from skill level and experience. It is mostly seen and noted in the extant literature that human resource management practices adopted by multinational corporations are better than local companies because local companies do not have financial resources to invest in human resource management. The main aim of this paper is to examine international human resource management practices used by multinational corporations in the hotel sector of Fiji.

Keywords: international HRM; human resource management; hotels; Fiji; tourism; hospitality industry; multinational corporations; MNCs. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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