University of Central Lancashire
Reference No RS/06/16
A full-time MPhil/PhD research studentship is available in the above Department.
The studentship commences 1 July and is tenable up to three years (subject to satisfactory progress).
Applications are welcome from UK/EU and overseas applicants.
Applicants should hold a minimum of an upper second class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject.
In recent years talent management (TM) has emerged as a key HR challenge.
Under the imperatives of globalisation internationally operating firms are finding it increasingly important to identify, source and utilize talent from a multiplicity of business cultures.
There is also evidence that firms view foreign talent differently from home-grown talent.
The challenge of this research project will be to investigate current international talent management practices in major internationally operating companies, using multidisciplinary approaches with a view to establishing: (a) possible recurrent pitfalls;
(b) criteria for best practice;
(c) contrasting approaches based on cultural factors
Applicants will be required to submit a two-page outline research proposal for their research degree, AND a sample of their written work taken from their previous higher education. (eg chapter from dissertation, or essay) along with their completed application form
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