develop a supporting human resource (HR) plan for an organizational strategy. In a paper of three to four pages (750-1000 words) of text, offer your ideas for a promising HR assignment, development plan, and sustainment plan to support the strategy of an organization expanding to open offices in sub-Sahara Africa. Drawing from appropriate sources, develop a scenario that provides the business of the organization, identify how much expansion is taking place, and identify the countries in which the expansion is taking place.
A useful starting point is estimating the total number of relocating employees that can be supported in the host country.
Will the organization need to establish a commissary (for grocery purchases), banking and currency exchange, and limited urgent-care stations?
Should the organization set assignment lengths of one year or two with families? What does research say is the optimal time period?
If there are families, what would be the children’s school arrangements?
How will the employees be housed?
Do they need an increased housing allowance, or does the organization need to procure its own compound of apartment housing?
other friends who spoke Urdu. When I got older, I realized that when they were learning English they did not have a direct translation in Urdu for the term “turn off” so instead they would use the word “shut.” Although they did not have one particular word or phrase for the English phrase “to turn off” does not mean that they were unable to conceive the thought for completing the action of turning off the lights in a room. If this were the case my friends would have had a very expensive power bill. Another example that proves that language can not completely determine thought is seen in George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984. In this book, George Orwell explores the concepts of the Whorfian Hypothesis through the creation of the language “Newspeak.” Newspeak was created by the Party members with the intention to control the speaker’s thoughts and perceptions. As I began to think about Linguistic Determinism, I immediately thought of 1984. In the novel, the Party diminishes the vocabulary so that individuals would be forced to limit the ideas they are capable of formulating and reduce their thoughts to simplistic terms. If this idea were to hold true, people whose language does not have a word for a particular thought would not be able to formulate or express their thoughts in any way. Another example is seen through my knowledge of the English and Spanish languages. The Spanish word “sobremesa” is used to describe the after dinner activities period in which there is no more food on the table, but the people at the table are relaxing or engaging in conversation. Although, there is not a specific word to describe this experience, does not mean that English speakers do not engage in conversation at the dinner table after all of the food is gone. In conclusion, the Whorfian Hypothesis may not be accurate in all aspects. However, it is true in some regards. Language does in fact influence and play a role in our thought processes. Although the question of to what extent does language influence thought is still under scrutiny, there is no doubt that language is central to the human experience and does influence thought.>GET ANSWER