HR and Expatriates
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This paper discusses an international human resources scenario in which the HR manager has been hired to take over international HR operations in a U.S. based MNC, and the situation is strained. Handling issues of expatriate training, role conflict with respect to performance management, and whether to use balance sheet or going rate compensation packages are examines at length. The paper also emphasizes the importance of cross-cultural training for these expatriate managers and their families.
From the Paper:"In this scenario training needs to occur for the expatriates and their families to ensure that they will complete their assignments. One of the most important types of training is cross-cultural training to help manage the expatriates' expectations and objectives. (Laroche) By helping them understand the limitations of accommodations and other amenities in their destination locale they can adjust their expectations to a realistic level that prevents disappointment. Another type of training is language training..."
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