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Expatriate adjustment to the cross-cultural environment can be viewed as having three primary dimensions: degree, mode, and facet.


a. Expatriate adjustment to the cross-cultural environment can be viewed as having three primary dimensions: degree, mode, and facet.

b. The process of adaptation can be explained using the theory of the U-curve and social learning theory.

c. The factors that influence expatriate adjustment have four aspects: individual factors, job-related factors, organizational factors, and non-work factors.

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The management team at Holiday Villas is interested in understanding a bit more about the theoretical foundations behind international HR. 

Choose ONE of the three theories and explain it clearly and in detail.

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