Human resources strategies of spanish firms in Cuba

This paper analyzes the Spanish firms’ HR management strategies in a
country, Cuba, with more labour requirements towards foreign companies
than other South American countries. Nevertheless, Spanish firms meet
such demands easily, ensuring better salaries, training, incentives as well
as better work conditions than those legally stipulated as a way of assuring
personnel’s loyalty. The research is based on a study of 8 firms, through in-
depth interviews with their chief, HR supervisors and/or unions representatives.
For contextualization purposes, secondary data and additional documentation
on the country’s economical evolution, describing the Spanish presence in the
business domain, as well as the legal frame regulating the foreign capital action in Cuba, have been gathered.
Journal: 
21
Authors: 
Andreu LOPE
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