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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Karl-rafael Kubich
Do Human Resource Management Practices in Russian Subsidiaries still Have Soviet Heritage? An Example of German MMC in Russia
2017
The Master Thesis examines the Human Resources Management (HRM) practices of German Multinational Corporations (MNC) operating in Russia. This qualitative research gives an overview about current HRM practices conducted in Russian subsidiaries with German background by focusing on three HRM components: recruitment, training & development, compensation & performance management. The result shows that most of Russian subsidiaries import their HRM practices on a standardized way with a mix of both universal best practices and cross-cultural methods adapted to the Russian context.

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