An Empirical Study on Performance of Subsidiary Impacting on the Multi-National Corporation Localization of Human Resources Allocation

Qian ZHANG, Shijun ZHANG

Abstract


The achievement of reasonable and effective human resources management in multinational company with the help of localization strategy is the key to implement enterprise internationalization successfully. On the basis of document systematic research, this article discusses Chinese multinational HR localization, and carefully sorts up current situation, necessity of implementation and a series of problems in Chinese multinational Human Resource localization. On this basis, with the basis of relevant theories of human resource management and localization, the article focuses to explore the series of effects on human resources for localization of the overseas subsidiary company features’ factors of Chinese multinational companies. With Logistic regression model analysis, we see that investment ratio of Chinese multinational parent company, the setting up date of overseas subsidiaries and the host country nationality have significant impact on the implementation of human resource localization.


Keywords


Multinationals; Human resource management; Localization strategy; Model construction

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