Not a Member?  Become One Today!

Human Resource Management Practices in Mexico 
 

3/6/2012  By Pramila Rao, Ph.D. 
 
 
 

This learning module is designed for an undergraduate or graduate global human resource management (HRM) class focusing on understanding HRM practices from different countries. This module focuses on HRM practices in Mexico.

The learning module is divided into five units to be taught over five 50-minute classes. Instructors are free to use their own teaching styles and lecture formats and adapt the learning module to their own styles.

The units consist of the following:

Unit 1: Background information and federal laws

Unit 2: HR practices in Mexico

Unit 3: Culture and HR practices

Unit 4: Share and learn: Bio-data exercise (connecting national cultural dimensions)

Unit 5: Quiz 2 and immigration patterns

This learning module is comprised of an instructor’s manual and a PowerPoint presentation.

This item may be reproduced free of charge for use in HR classrooms in colleges and universities, in training classrooms in the workplace or in any other learning environment where HR knowledge is taught. For all other uses, requesters are directed to the “Obtain reuse/copying permission” button that appears in the Tools box on this item.

 

Tools
Copyright Image Obtain reuse/copying permission