Repa­tri­a­tion

The HR Digest - - Training & Development -

HR man­ager must also in­clude repa­tri­a­tion train­ing to fur­ther their agenda. Repa­tri­a­tion re­quires ad­just­ment to their home coun­try, es­pe­cially af­ter the em­ployee has spent years work­ing abroad. The re­turn­ing em­ployee needs to be­come fa­mil­iar with prac­tices in the home of­fice, as well ad­just to the re­port­ing hi­er­ar­chy. More­over, HR must plan to in­cor­po­rate the re­turn­ing em­ployee’s in­sights and knowl­edge gained abroad into fu­ture train­ing for other ex­pa­tri­ates mov­ing to the same lo­ca­tion.

To sum­ma­rize, you should con­sider the fol­low­ing while de­sign­ing a train­ing ini­tia­tive for ex­pa­tri­ates: Lan­guage (for­mal and con­ver­sa­tional) Cul­ture (food, dress, and ob­ser­vance of hol­i­days) Cur­rency and ex­change rates Pro­fes­sional ex­pec­ta­tions as well as in­ter­ac­tions with the staff

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