The CBF Co case study briefly discussed the balance sheet approach for junior

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The CBF Co. case study briefly discussed the balance sheet approach for junior expatriate employee and the international method for senior expatriates. Junior expatriates are those employees who have less than six years of international experience. Senior expatriates are those employees who have more than six years of international experience. The purpose of these two different approaches is to keep expatriates at the same comfort level of living when they go abroad. The goal is to ensure they are no better or worse off than when they are living in their home country. The advantage of that is the employee will be able to continue with their personal budgeting practices without missing a beat. The disadvantage to that is employee morale is affected. When on assignments like this, employees are expected to receive compensation above what they are currently receiving and perks. What do you suggest to the U.S. headquarters’ human resources manager in order to improve the expatriate satisfaction/compensation? I would suggest that managers ensure they are sending qualified individuals whose goals are aligned with the company’s goal. Always make sure that when compensation is being
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Chicago Food and Beverage Co. Case Study Jaret Thomas discussed, have an open mind and consider all that the employee is sacrificing for the company’s sake as well as their career’s sake.
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Chicago Food and Beverage Co. Case Study Jaret Thomas Bibliography Bodolica, V., & Waxi, M. (2007). Chicago food and beverage company: The challenges of managing international assignments. Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 13(3), 31-42 J. Stewart Black, H. G. (1999, March). The Right Way to Manage Expats . Retrieved from Harverd Business Review:
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  • Business, Subsidiary, Parent company, Expatriate

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