Reardon’s Hotels the UK based boutique is about to expand into Spain. The hotel chain offers only an average salary range and is still successful because of its work culture, the quality of product and customer services that it offers and the form of employee participation and development opportunities that it offers. Now in the context of expansion, a primary strategically objective that must be met is the hiring of a manager who would meet the specific requirements of the Hotel in the Spanish Hotel Industry. The expansion strategy and the hiring strategy for the new Hotel manager are very critical for the success of the organization.
Now in this context, this report discusses the reasons for internationalization of the hotel along with the global integration process, the Hotel manager recruitment, selection, training and development aspects. The reasons for internationalization of the Hotel organization are discussed, which is followed by the form of MNC structure that would best suit Reardon. Secondly, the global HRM integration mechanisms used by the Hotel are presented, along with how this would help achieve better HR management. Thirdly, the Hotel manager recruitment process is discussed. This is perhaps one of the most important processes here. The training and development is discussed next. Training and development is critical for the hotel manager, even though the hotel manager is selected internally. They must be trained with respect to HR objectives, and must be prepared socio-culturally to meet up with their Spanish local team.
Finally, the reward strategy to be used for the manager is presented. Now the reward structuring only meet the average pay of any other employee in the Spain hotel, but there are benefits for the manager once they are done with their induction and roll out task.The work discussed the proper person specifications for the manager and the form of cultural skills that would be desirable in the manager. The compensation for the manager as they work in Spain is much less than what their peer would get in the United Kingdom, however, after a year of working in the rural hotel, the homecoming expatriate would stand to hold a better salary and a better management position compared to his/her peers.