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    Padi Cepat Case Study

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    Ethnocentric approach would create a comprising of the staffing of the most vital positions in outside subsidiaries with expatriates nation of beginning of the organization. (Dowling, Festing, & Engle, 2008) Benefits of using ethnocentric approach to Padi Cepat,  To learn local market as well as economic, cultural and political environment  Reduced communication barriers between home office with foreign subsidiaries  No language barriers and no cultural issue  Low cost efficiency  Unify decision (Dowling, Festing & Engle,…

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    Importance Of Expatriate

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    Training of an expatriate Expatriate: The word expatriate is a growth of the word expat, which is derived from the Latin word called expatriatus. Earlier an expatriatus was someone who leaves his or her home country and go somewhere else to live. So today an expatriate is somebody who lives in a different location apart from where they were born and brought. Training: The process of shifting employee behavior & attitudes in a way which upsurges the chance of a goal attainment. Importance & need…

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    Expatriate Case Study

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    from internationalisation of businesses is the use of expatriates in overseas roles. With increasingly more firms entering the global marketplace, the challenge of managing human resources on a global scale is becoming a critical development in international business. The selection of suitable expatriates is the key strategic challenge for multinational corporations. The organisation must ensure that the expatriate will be effective in their offshore operations by using strict selection…

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    (1) Expatriate Failure in International Assignments: In spite of the fact that the Coca cola Company is the largest soft drink manufacturer in the world and they are entitled with well-planned staffing approaches, the company still suffers from the risk of expatriate failure. (slideshare.net) Coca cola use expatriates due to various reasons such as to get foreign experience for business operations, to enhance their business skills, to fill positions as well as to use the ability to control…

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    The case study of the Expatriate Management at AstraZeneca organization appears to have many topics the organization has done well to include how to treat these types of employees when their work requirements take them to another country for an uncertain amount of time. There are always possible lessons learned that may not be so much for the organization but rather the employee and their quality of life when they become an expatriate. The requirements for this task may be difficult but the…

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    those family members that go with the self-initiated expatriate to the host country. When the self-initiated expatriate is accompanied by some family members to the host country, they feel more in power and in control and the pressure to return to their home country become less. On the other hand those family members still living in the home country can exert pressure on the self-initiated expatriate to return home and repatriate (Jones, 2003). Contextual factors Some events such as poor…

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    From Poverty to Expatriates Introduction Every year, hundreds of expatriates arrive in Kuwait because of their poverty, and the reason behind that is their governments’ economy is essentially weak. In addition, those people who live under poor conditions cannot earn their basic needs. For example, poor people cannot afford proper education and that would prevent them from getting a decent job to be able to provide their necessities. As a result, we have heard about those tragedies all over the…

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    What are some important cultural differences between the Poles and the U.S. expatriates? A major cultural difference that stands out between the Poles and U.S. expatriates is the degree of individualism and the role each play in business. American mangers expect and promote employees to make decisions on their own and to take the initiative to create new ideals and bring value to the company. Polish employees need more structure and clear directive to complete each task and function of a job and…

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    The Republic of Turkey is a vibrant and prominent destination for an expatriate which rewards the individual making the move with surprisingly enhanced traveling experience. Located in the Southeast of Europe and Northeast of the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey is an independent country of the continent of Western Asia. The country is surrounded by three different seas namely the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. The country is considered to be the primary bridge to the Western and…

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    A study by Eschbach, Parker, and Stoeberl (2001) examined the effect of cross-cultural training of expatriates versus expatriates who received no training in the United States. Beyond this, they further investigated different training methods and the timing of such training to determine the best approach to prepare expatriates for adjusting to their new assignments. The goal of this study was to determine if cross-cultural training; helps participants realize appropriate behavior, lowers stress…

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