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TRAINING FOR EXPATRIATES 2 Expatriates' pre-departure training describes a company's policy intended to notify prospective recruited expatriates of what they have to encounter when they reside or work overseas (Webber & Vögel, 2019). The key advantage of pre-departure training would be that it guarantees that expatriates recognize their position. A training manual before leaving should also explicitly outline whether the worker should be pleased before he or she starts working internationally. Second, training before leaving is helpful for expatriates, as it allows them to adjust and thrive with limited ease in a foreign world. Thirdly, a training program prior to departure is helpful, since pre-assignment training in the host state language will develop the communication skills of the expatriate employee. Finally, it is possible, in the case of family concerns for the well-being of their family members, for expatriate family to be less interested in pre-departure training. Components of a pre-departure training program First, a clearer picture of the cultural disparity of the host nation and domestic should be provided in the pre-departure training manual. The key explanation for explaining the cultural gap between domestic and host nation in this training manual is that this would allow the expatriate to better to interact and integrate into new culture. This also allows expats to adjust into the host country after the training as they become well acquainted with the activity of the new community. Thus a subject on cultural sensitivity training must be an important aspect of a

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