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Expatriate Management

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Anusuiya Ainkaran

on 20 July 2018

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Transcript of Expatriate Management

Expatriate is someone living in a country different to the one in which they were brought up. Generally the period of residency will be long-term to permanent.

With the expanding global competition and the growing number of international assignees, managing expatriate has been a major problem that relates to the success or failure of an organization’s implementation of international strategies.

Expatriates are employees send to work abroad for long periods of time. This may include employees sent to populate a new office or senior managers sent abroad to manage or set up a new location
Need of a cross-cultural training

Cross-cultural adjustment is found to be the most significant factor determining the success of the international assignment
Training facilitates effective cross-cultural interaction
Training will reduce uncertainty and increases self efficacy

Compensation packages
Expatriate employees often receive additional benefits, such as cost of living and hardship allowances as well as housing or education. In some cases the company will pay for the education of the expat's children. Most companies do not pay for loss of earnings for the employee's spouse but may help them access jobs and benefits in the new local area.


1. Basic Salary
2. Bonus
3. Cost of living allowance
3. Tax equalization
4. Relocation
5. Hardship allowance
6. Exchange rate protection
7. Housing allowance
8. Medical insurance
9. Educational Allowance
10. Pension
11. Gratuity
12. Settling allowance
Critical Factors of Expatriate
1. Cultural Intelligence
2. Family situation
3. Flexibility and adaptability
4. Job knowledge and motivation
5. Relational skills
6. Extra cultural openness

Challenges in Repatriation

-Further corporate interest to accept expatriate assigments
- cultural shock
- work dissatisfaction
- with the let-down/ no longer special
- low financial income- problem for the family members

Expatriate Management
Anusuiya S Ainkaran , 21st July 2018
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