Expatriate Management

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 174
  • Published : March 14, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
-------------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------

Rapid globalization and boundary less business ventures have contributed to a growing number of expatriates working in foreign locales. As a result of this, it is increasingly important that multinational corporations sending their employees for international assignments prioritize expatriate management. The effective management of expatriates is increasingly been recognized as a major determinant of success or failure in international business. Rapid globalization and boundary less business ventures have contributed to a growing number of expatriates working in foreign locales. As a result of this, it is increasingly important that multinational corporations sending their employees for international assignments prioritize expatriate management. The effective management of expatriates is increasingly been recognized as a major determinant of success or failure in international business. Expatriate management

Expatriate management
IBRAHIM NAVEEN
Reg. No: IPHRM 5001
Diploma in HRM Batch 01
International Institute for Professional Development
IBRAHIM NAVEEN
Reg. No: IPHRM 5001
Diploma in HRM Batch 01
International Institute for Professional Development

CONTENTS | |
1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ---------------------------------------------------------------| 02| 2. ABSTRACT ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------| 03| 3. EXPATRIATE MANAGEMENT --------------------------------------------------------| 04| 4. THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF HOST COUNTRIES ---------------| 11| 5. TYPES OF ALLOWANCES GIVEN TO EXPATRIATES --------------------------| 12| 6. STAFFING PHILOSOPHIES ------------------------------------------------------------| 14| 7. DIFFERING STAGES OF INTERNATIONALIZATION ---------------------------| 16| a. Domestic: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------| 16| b. International: -----------------------------------------------------------------------| 16| c. Multinational: ----------------------------------------------------------------------| 16| d. Global or Transnational: ----------------------------------------------------------| 16| i. Ethnocentric: --------------------------------------------------------------| 17| ii. Polycentric: ----------------------------------------------------------------| 17| iii. Regiocentric:---------------------------------------------------------------| 17| iv. Geocentric: ----------------------------------------------------------------| 17| 8. ADVANTAGES OF USING EXPATRIATES -----------------------------------------| 17| 9. DISADVANTAGES OF USING EXPATRIATES ------------------------------------| 19| 10. REPATRIATION ---------------------------------------------------------------------------| 20| 11. CONCLUSION -----------------------------------------------------------------------------| 21| 12. REFERENCES ------------------------------------------------------------------------------| 22|

1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
As this report would not have been possible without the contributions of the interviewees and the support of their respective organizations, I would like to commence by thanking them all for providing me with valuable information about their experiences on adjusting to their job and the organizational setting in Maldives. I would also like to express my deepest gratitude to my tutor, Mr. Ashok Jayaraman, and Mr. GM Shaju. Their expressive and informative lectures have been an additional source of inspiration and ideas for this assignment. Finally, I am grateful to my family for their support throughout this action, which has (at times) interfered with family quality time. I am grateful, as well; to my friends from...
tracking img