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HRM Practices in France

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Malory Sanchez

on 19 September 2014

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HRM Practices in France
Andie Mariano, Danni Qin, Malory Sanchez, & Sandy Halboth
Coordinated Market Economy

Employment legislation

Government as stakeholder and shareholder

Coordinated Market Economy
National Culture Characteristics
Human Resource Management in France
• Power Distance - High (68)

• Individualism – High (71)

• Uncertainty Avoidance – High (86)

• Femininity - Moderate (43)

• Pyramid - Both centralized and formal

The GLOBE Study
Legislation and collective agreements

Internal labor markets

Recruitment practices (rank)
1. Internal recruitment
2. Recruitment agencies
3. Company website
4. Word of mouth
5. Educational institutions
Selection practices (rank)
1. One-to-one interview
2. Interview panel
3. Psychometric tests
4. Graphology
5. Assessment centers

Graphology method only really used in France

Selection systems needed

Individual personal values

French attitudes
Performance Management
Legal system

High individualism, high power distance, high uncertainty avoidance, and 'feminine' attitude

Consequences of high power distance

French values
National culture accounts for variation in recruitment and selection methods

In-Group Collectivism - Internal Labor Market

Performance Orientation - No place for personal values

Femininity - Well being and personal relationships within the working environment

Uncertainty Avoidance - Assessment of risk rather than assumptions of predicted outcomes
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