REPATRIATION - REPATRIATION Expatriate returning to the...

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REPATRIATION Expatriate returning to the home country operations will be treated as “just another posting” rather than re-entry or repatriation.
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REPATRIATION PROCESS 1. Preparation : Developing plans for the future and gathering information about the new position. Current firm provides checklist of items to be considered before the return home.
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2.Physical relocation : Removing personal effects, breaking ties with colleagues and friends and traveling to the next posting. MNC’s use removal firms or relocation consultants to handle the physical relocation . ( This is formalized in their HR policies)
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3.Transition : Settling into temporary accommodation where necessary , making arrangements for schooling, housing and carrying out other administrative tasks.
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4.Readjustment : Coping with such aspects as company changes, reverse culture shock and career demands.
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INDIVIDUAL REACTION TO RE- ENTRY 1.Career anxiety No post-assignment guarantee of employment. A fear that the period overseas has caused a
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course HR 101 taught by Professor Binducherian during the Winter '10 term at Amity University.

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