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  • Home Country Managers To Overseas
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    International human resources management (IHRM) is the process of selecting, training, developing, and compensating personnel in overseas positions. This paper will examine each of these activities in Japan. Before doing so, however, it is important to understand the general nature of this overall process, which begins with selecting and hiring. There are three basic sources of personnel talent that MNCs can tap for positions. One is home country nationals, who reside abroad but are citizens of ...
  • History Of Japan
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    Oda Nobunaga (1534-1582) was the first individual to attempt to unify Japan at the end of the Warring States period; his ultimate goal, though he never realized it, was to bring all of Japan "under a single sword" (tanka-fubu). Like so many others in the history of Japan, he rose from an obscure family through ruthless ambition to become one of the most powerful men in Japan. His rise to power was slow and deliberate and his use of power unforgiving. The most significant step he took in unifying...
  • Japan To The Feudal History
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    Duus, Feudalism in Japan Feudalism in Japan is a book that covers a wide variety of aspects regarding history and ideals while maintaining a sense of caution when approaching certain terms. Feudalism is one of these terms that many historians, like Duus, avoid. Throughout the book, Duus explores the possibilities and theories behind reasons that led Japan to the feudal history that it has as well as giving ample explanations for what feudalism is. Feudalism is a vague term that can take on sever...
  • Japan And The Former Soviet Union
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    The Values of America The recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world. This ideology was first introduced by the Bible through the words of the Old Testament. In the beginning of this world, the possibilities for treating humans with the greatest respect were ignored. Over time, honorable leaders have implemented guidelines on appropriate ways that people should be trea...
  • Building Up Their City And Industry Japan
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    japan - now the most developed country in the world. A skyline of high modern buildings, the latest, sleekest inventions and the country where the are of a telephone box costs a whopping! However how did a country torn apart and blown up by WWII with no landscape, with all the odds against it manage surely the greatest transformation we know of? Well in this essay that is exactly what you are going to find out. When in the introduction I mentioned Japan had all the odds against it I was not exag...
  • Winds During Japan's Winter Precipitation Season
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    Any country in today's world has gone through many changes to get where it is in our present time. Countries are highly influence by the geography of the land around it. Most countries today turned out the way they were because of geopolitics, or the study of geography and how it effects on politics (Dictionary). For instance, some may have won a war for independence, or another country may have cut connections from the mother land. These things could have only been done if the geography did not...

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