Recruitment, Selection and Employment of Managers for Foreign Assignments (Indonesian)

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RECRUITMENT, SELECTION AND EMPLOYMENT OF MANAGERS FOR FOREIGN ASSIGNMENTS
(Assignment 1)
Dosen Pengampu: Achmad Sobirin, PhD

Disusun oleh:
Faizal Hidayat – 13311199

Jurusan Manajemen
Fakultas Ekonomi
Universitas Islam Indonesia
2015

Proses rekrutmen dan seleksi bisa dibilang merupakan proses dasar yang tidak bisa terpisahkan dengan ilmu manajemen sumber daya manusia. Menurut Bohlander dan Snell, rekrutmen merupakan suatu proses pencarian karyawan yang dilakukan berdasarkan standarisasi perusahaan. Sedangkan menurut Handoko (2008), rekrutmen merupakan suatu proses pencarian dan pemikatan para calon karyawan atau pelamar yang mampu untuk melamar sebagai karyawan. Seleksi menurut Bohlander dan Snell merupakan suatu proses memilih individu yang memiliki kualifikasi yang relevan untuk mengisi lowongan pekerjaan yang sudah ada atau yang diproyeksikan. Sedangkan menurut Handoko (2012), seleksi merupakan suatu kegiatan dalam manajemen sumber daya manusia yang dilakukan setelah proses rekrutmen selesai dilaksanakan untuk menentukan siapa yang paling tepat mengisi lowongan pekerjaan atau lowongan jabatan yang ditawarkan. Di era global seperti sekarang ini, kegiatan manajemen sumber daya manusia tidak lagi terbatas hanya di dalam satu Negara, melainkan sudah semakin meluas atau biasa disebut dengan manajemen sumber daya manusia internasional (IHRM). Hal tersebut berarti semakin menambah tantangan yang akan dihadapi manajemen sumber daya manusia, dalam konteks ini yang dimaksud adalah proses rekrutmen dan seleksi. Banyak faktor yang nantinya akan mempengaruhi proses rekrutmen dan seleksi SDM asing atau biasa disebut dengan ekspatriat, dalam Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI) ekspatriat memiliki arti sebagai tenaga kerja asing. Faktor yang paling nyata akan mempengaruhi proses rekrutmen adan seleksi ekspatriat adalah perbedaan budaya (culture), karena…...

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