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  1. Introduction
  2. A brief history of Coca Cola
  3. The role of the organization
  4. Industry and organization
  5. Conclusion

Coca Cola is national known to a global organization that has business all around the world. This research paper are going to detail facts such as current global economy, professional cultural competence among personnel and planned process for global human resource functioning. We will demonstrate practices within domestic and global human resource markets, apply human resource solutions to a global market and discuss world issues, laws, trends and international business that impact the effective human resource global strategy that will be developed and implemented.

A brief history of Coca Cola, a pharmacist from Atlanta Dr. John Slyth Pemberton had founded the company in 1886. What people didn't know that the soft drink was stripped of all its narcotics, in addition, the soft drink was designed to make people feel better because of the coca leafs that were in the drink. The young doctor at the time sold the drink outside of his pharmacy that he had worked at for a five cense a bottle and on average they he sold about nine bottles a day. Sadly around 1886 Mr. Pemberton became ill and he sold some of his company to Asa G. Candler. In 1888 Pemberton had passed away and Candler bought all of the shares of Coca Cola. Chandler knew that this product was going to be something special and at the same time he was a marketing genius. He started handing out coupons for one free drink to and also he promoted the product anyway that he cold by painting anything he can get his hands on to promote the drink. Around 1894 he opened a warehouse in Dallas Texas and in the same year opened stores in Chicago and Los Angles.

[...] International Human resource management Banutu-Gomez, M., & Rohrer, W. G. (2013). Coca-cola: International business strategy for globalization. Journal of American Business Review, Cambridge., 256-268. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1356599360?accountid=35796 Braine, T. (2002). Coca-cola. Business Mexico, 51-52. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/197123738?accountid=35796 Vedwan, N. (2007). [...]


[...] Coca Cola as a Global Organization Introduction Coca Cola is national known to a global organization that has business all around the world. This research paper are going to detail facts such as current global economy, professional cultural competence among personnel and planned process for global human resource functioning. We will demonstrate practices within domestic and global human resource markets, apply human resource solutions to a global market and discuss world issues, laws, trends and international business that impact the effective human resource global strategy that will be developed and implemented. [...]


[...] Their global human resource teams have many functions. Even though their main headquarters is in Atlanta, they have excellent global human resource functions for example; they have my foundations for needy and hungry children that they support all on top of maintain a worldwide business that distributes over nine thousand vending machine alone all over the globe. They have many areas across the world that are stationed that carry out their distribution of foods and drinks but they also know that they have to have a diverse group t run their company. [...]


[...] Lublin coca-cola bottlers ltd. International Marketing Review, 291-298. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/224320174?accountid=35796 Regassa, H., & Corradino, L. (2011). DETERMINING THE VALUE OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY - A CASE ANALYSIS. Arden: Jordan Whitney Enterprises, Inc. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/912511490?accountid=35796 Nellist, D. (1992). Quality teamwork at wakefield - coca-cola & schweppes beverages ltd: Wakefield factory. Industrial Management + Data Systems, 92(2) Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/234919330?accountid=35796 Dowling, P.J., Festing, M., & Engle, A.D. (2013). [...]

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