Global Human Resources Management & International Mobility Services – CRG
As corporate resources executives in your organization, have you ever found yourself pondering in matters such as:
• We plan to acquire a company in Israel. Who can assist us in the Human Resources aspects of the Due Diligence?
• We need to urgently move five software engineers from our office in Tokyo to Jerusalem. Who can help us obtain the relevant work permits and visas?
• What salary level is appropriate for our new director of marketing, who is coming out of Boston to be an international assignee in Tel Aviv?
• What are the real rental prices in Herzliya or Kfar Shmaryahu for a foreign executive and who will help us find the right accommodation there?
• We need seven local professionals for our new office in Haifa. Who can help us build and manage their social benefit system?
• We do not intend to hire a HR manager for our new operations in Rehovot. Who can support us in developing and maintaining the right HR policy and compensation & benefits system?
Since 1995, CRG offers end to end consultation and solutions for Global and Local HR Management, and for International Relocation, in the following domains:
• Relocation services – to and from Israel
• Global HR Management Data: Compensation, Benefits and Employment Terms
• Strategic HR consultation: Alignment of HR Strategy with Business Strategy
• Strong Business Orientation – Focus on the impact of HR Management on the company’s financial results
• Extensive experience in Global HR Management
• Integrative approach – ability to handle multiple dimensions of Global HR Management and their interrelationships
How do we define culture? “People are different around the world. Their needs, however, are the same. How they satisfy their needs is different, and this is what we mean by culture.”(John Condon)
OK, here’s one for all you global gurus out there: see if you can answer the following cross-cultural quiz (hint: it’s easy, if you follow the clues):
The current economic emergency has suddenly forced a spotlight on the previously often unacknowledged, yet formidable, challenge of managing the repatriation process for international assignees.