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Boeing
This paper discusses the Boeing company, concentrating on its operations on an international level.
# 99070 | 1,021 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US


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In this article, the writer notes that Boeing is a major aircraft company of the world holding the unique distinction of manufacturing commercial jetliners for more than half a century and also the biggest producer of both commercial jetliners as well as military aircrafts. The writer points out that presently, its main commercial products are 737, 747, 767 and 777 series of aircrafts and also the Boeing Business Jet. The writer discusses that the Boeing company has been applying the knowledge and experience of experts inside the country to develop local partnerships and improve the understanding of alignment opportunities, possible off-set agreements, industrial arrangements and inter-country relationships. The writer maintains that in such a move, the management is transforming Boeing from a successful U.S. exporter to an even more successful company on the international level.

Outline:
Introduction
Human Resources Management of Boeing at international level and its adaptation to local context and cross-cultural communication on the international level:

From the Paper:

"On the Human Resources front, the company is faced with the rising cost of employee benefits. The company is not just content with enhancement of visibility of employee's available benefits; however it also endeavoring to educate employees on the manner in which to maximize value of their benefits and thus manage costs for Boeing. Boeing is sometimes seen as the ideal employer for Engineering and Science college students. Among the major attractions remain that employees can progress their education while continuing to work at Boeing. One thing that draws a lot of new employees is the college education reimbursement system known as the Learning Together Program on which the company invested nearly $105 million sending the employees to school once again wherein they are able to pick up any degree and the company bears the full cost of tuition. Because of such diversity of products and services to work on, it is small wonder that the company is seen as one of the best places to work for student having science and engineering qualification which is unmatched anywhere."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Boeing in brief. February, 2007. <http://www.boeing.com/companyoffices/aboutus/brief.html>
  • Brewster, Chris; Harris, Hilary; Sparrow, Paul. Globalizing Human Resources Management. Routledge. New York. 2004.
  • Global Presence. <http://www.boeing.com/companyoffices/financial/finreports/annual/06annualreport/assets/Boeing_06AR_09.pdf>
  • Smith, Richard Austin. Corporations in Crisis. Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.. Garden City, NY. 1963.
  • Stephens, Rick. Manning Boeing. 2007. <http://www.hrmreport.com/pastissue/article.asp?art=270148&issue=203>

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