Case Study 3: Wolfgang's Balancing Act

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IHRM Assignment 2
Case Study 3 - Wolfgang's Balancing Act: Rewarding Healthcare Executives In a Dispersed Yet Integrated Firm Block A
Answer 1 :

Case Study 4 : Strategic forecasts and staffing formulation (Bosch-Kazakhstan)
Playing the role of HR manager at Bosch :
There are four ways to approach staffing policies and they are mentioned below:
• Ethnocentric policy
• Polycentric policy
• Geocentric policy
• Regiocentric policy

Answer 1: The Facts about BOSCH in Kazakhstan are as follows:
• There are 4 production sites in different rural locations
• Out of four, three are without growing expectations
• One with just 30% growing expectations, which is not
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Hiring qualified external work force and dividing into short- term and long term basis. Bosch's rigorous selection of external people that can be trained in the Bosch standardized programs, and short term management positions to provide with local culture to Bosch employees.

Year 2 : Evaluation of Expatriates Jump employees: Review of the employee's program process to determine their phase of the program, give continuity to their development and separate the best prospects to the MDP or move them to different subsidiaries to do middle management position. Determine according to the phase of the training and performance, what people is going to be sent abroad to follow the development and later on be promoted in Kazakhstan subsidiary.
Year 3: Evaluation of MDP employees: Review of the employee development, evaluation of performance and prognostic of promotion or managerial position in other subsidiary. Prognostic Staff according to training systems: Follow Bosch philosophy of internal
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