Job Related Factors

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1/19/12 MGT 4174 Ch3: DW 1 Job Related Factors Loss of status and pay New job at parent often has less autonomy, responsibility, and prominence in the local community Loss of expatriate premiums usually results in a less total compensation q Another paradox . . . ± Amount of support offered to expatriates is important factor in an international assignments ± Perceived loss of support and status upon return can result in loss or demoralization of expat
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1/19/12 MGT 4174 Ch3: DW 2 Concerns and Predictors Major concerns of expatiates include: Loss or lack of career advancement opportunities Reduced responsibility and autonomy Predictors of maladjustment include: Length of time abroad (major factor) Unrealistic expectations of job opportunities upon return Downward job mobility
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1/19/12 MGT 4174 Ch3: DW 3 Repatriate Readjustment Important to remember that the longer the person is away from the parent, the more difficult the adjustment . . . due to a variety of factors Changes in
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course MGT 4174 taught by Professor Jameswermert during the Spring '12 term at Kennesaw.

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