Human Resources Team Report Part II The main focus of human

 The main focus of human resources team report
discusses doing business in following terms:
Cross-cultural impact over the total rewards system
and related components
Rationalize every component and its advantages to
both company and the employee
Importance of compliance with the employment laws
Safety as well as security concerns in relation to
international assignment
 Lifetime Contract
 Hierarchical Business Culture
 Working in Team Environments
 Effective use of Technology
 Compensation
 Merit Pay, Incentives and bonuses, and
 Benefits
 Health plans, Time Offs, and Retirement
 Personal Growth
- Training opportunities, Career Development,
and Performance Management
 Security
 Lifetime Employment Contract
 Rewards
 Employee Motivation
 Sense of Entitlement
 Feeling secured in the Company
 Equal Employment Opportunity Law (Shinohara,
Labor Union Act
Labor Relations Adjustment Act
Labor Standards Act
Labor Contract Act
Minimum Wages Act
 Compliance
 Regulation
 Impact of Unions
 This report focuses on some important aspects of doing
business in Japan in terms of safety concerns:
 Cross-cultural impacts on the total rewards system and
the related components
 Justification and benefits of each components, both to
the employee and the company
 Importance as well as compliance with employment laws
 Safety as well as security issues in relation to the
international assignment
 Minimizing terrorism risks
 Effects of 9/11/2001 attacks on the US
 Workers’ safety abroad
 Workers’ level of risks
 Similarities
 Cultural differences, having impact on Labor Laws.
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