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Pay and Benefits Outside The United States Chapter #16
HR has to develop pay packages Tough to do because other countries don’t keep data like the DOL. Look #392
North America NAFTA NAALC
Canada Monarchy and parliamentary democracy 10 provinces and 3 territories GDP $35,000 17.9 million in workforce Market based economy LOOK #395
Mexico A federal republic 38 million in labor force GDP $10,000
Brazil Federal Republic 96.34 million in labor force GDP $8,600
Argentina Democratic Republic 15.5 in labor force GDP $15,000
European Union Law of Member States No concept of employ at will
France Democratic republic GDP $30,100 27.88 million in labor force
Germany Federal Republic 5 th largest economy GDP $31,4000 43.6 million in labor force
Italy Republic 24.6 million in labor force GDP $29,700
Russia Federation 73.88 million workers GDP $12,000
India Democratic Federal Republic 509 million workers GDP $3,700
China Communist State Fast growing economy 798 million workers GDP $7,600
South Korea Republic 23.77 workers GDP $24,000
Miscellaneous – Regions, Locations and Places Part IV.
Characteristics of A State
Ethnic Groups, Language, and Religion
Chapter 1 The Pay Model.
chapter 2 Global Marketplaces and Business Centers
1 U.S. Exports by Region, 2004 Canada 23% Mexico 14% European Union 21% Pacific Rim 26% Other 6% Central and South America 7% OPEC 3% Total = $819 billion.
©2004 Prentice Hall2-1 Chapter 2: Global Marketplaces and Business Centers International Business, 4 th Edition Griffin & Pustay.
1-1 Chapter 1 WORLDWIDE DEVELOPMENTS. 1-2 Regional Developments Impacting Internationalization North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) –U.S., Canada,
The developed world High income Upper-middle income Lower-middle income Low income.
Copyright© 2008 South-Western, a part of Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. CHAPTER 1 Introduction to International Macroeconomics.
CHAPTER 2.4 Gross Domestic Product. Most economists view the country like one big business They measure the success of this business through gross domestic.
Andrew Sentence CBE Senior Economic Advisor, PwC ECONOMIC INSIGHT.
Figure 14.1 Economic Growth in the ADE/ASR model.
global marketplaces and business centers
Warm-up 9/10 How does the economy impact your life? Answer in your binder!
Globalization and International Linkages
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