This is evident from the fact that gross attendance remains the same each year i.e., 15,000. This also depicts stability of the center, as the center has built up a certain reputation. This includes HRM practices in the areas of recruitment and selection, training, performance appraisal, development of human resource (HR) policies, and maintenance of HR records. (Kotey & Slade, 2005)
Today multinational enterprises (MNEs) conduct business in context with being global and follows the slogan "No place to hide", this enables local as well as multinational businesses to keep up the pace in two aspects. First, they emphasize upon their "product" quality to maximize customer satisfaction, secondly they require reshaping their HRM policies and practice accordingly.
The Head of Center must hire a manager who possess multidimensional perspective along with multienvironment experience, so that he could realize the need for change in the environment of Den's Arts Center and improve their quality in terms of their performers and services. This is only possible through effective recruiting of artists and performers from different countries. The manager must possess the capability to quickly and easily adapt into the foreign culture, individual with as much cultural mix, diversity, and experience as possible. The manager must possess the ability to indulge into effective people skills in dealing with a variety of cultures, races, nationalities, genders, and religions. This would enable the Arts center to perform more professionally and on an international platform. (Briscoe & Schuler, 2004, p. 238) The Arts Center is lacking global recruitment due to which they are limited to the choice of young people and not the elderly ones. They must enhance their capabilities to increase the circle of their target audience to mature people.
Whether the local HR manager is from the country of the parent company, from the country of the local subsidiary, or from a third country, he or she is sandwiched between his or her own culture and the 'foreign' cultures of the firm. Human resource managers at the local, regional, and headquarters levels must integrate and coordinate activities taking place in diverse environments with people of diverse backgrounds. And they are usually looked to for expertise in helping other managers be successful in their international endeavors, as well. (Briscoe & Schuler, 2004, p. 27)
Den's Arts Center is in desperate need of a change in their policies in umpteen ways. There is a need to hire 'multicultural' trainers including local as well as international drama specialists, drama artists to train and groom their youngsters. They must hire renowned choreographers. Den Arts Center should promote Students' arts, crafts and paintings in their dramas based on 'merit' factor from various primary and secondary schools. This on one hand where provide them with an opportunity for ease of selecting quality work, on the other hand it would motivate the students to perform better. This would help them in future to select trainers from among those talented student individuals, which worked for them in the past.
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