ExpatriatesTO: Chief Executive Officer if ANR, Inc.FROM: Ashley N. Robey, Human Resource ManagerDATE: October 29, 2016SUBJECT: Strategies for reducing expatriate turnoverExpatriate turnover occurs when an expatriate returns to their home country prior to completing their overseas assignment. This is an indication of a loss of job opportunities, a decline in new recruits, and budget cuts for training. Turnovers would not only indicate that there may be something wrong in the human resources department, but could also bring down the morale of the current expatriates that are employed with the company. There are numerous reasons to explain the expatriate turnover, such as difficulty adjusting to a foreign place and lack of work experience. Below are two suggested strategies that the company could use to reduce expatriate turnover.