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100 1  McNulty, Yvonne 
245 10 Managing expatriates|h[electronic resource] :|ba return on
       investment approach /|cYvonne McNulty, Kerr Inkson 
250    1st ed 
260    [New York, N.Y.] (222 East 46th Street, New York, NY 
       10017) :|bBusiness Expert Press,|c2013 
300    1 electronic text (xxvii, 232 p.) :|bdigital file 
490 1  Human resource management and organizational behavior 
       collection,|x1946-5645 
500    Part of: 2013 digital library 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-226) and index
505 0  Part 1. Expatriation and return on investment -- 1. Basics
       of expatriation -- 2. Expatriation and ROI -- Part 2. 
       Understanding expatriates -- 3. Expatriate compensation --
       4. Expatriate families -- 5. Global careers -- 6. 
       Expatriate psychological contracts -- Part 3. Managing 
       expatriation using ROI -- 7. A new model of expatriate ROI
       -- 8. Evaluating expatriate ROI -- 9. Five core principles
       for effective eROI -- Appendix A. Mobility managers study 
       -- Appendix B. Expatriate employees study -- Appendix C. 
       Trailing spouses study -- Notes -- Glossary -- References 
       -- Index 
506    Access restricted to authorized users and institutions 
520 3  Expatriation is a big topic and is getting bigger. Over 
       200 million people worldwide now live and work in a 
       country other than their country of origin. Tens of 
       billions of dollars are spent annually by organizations 
       that move expatriates around the world. Yet, despite the 
       substantial costs involved, expatriation frequently 
       results in an unsatisfactory return on investment (ROI), 
       with little or no knowledge as to how to improve it. Why 
       is this so? The problem overwhelmingly lies in the poor 
       delivery of effective expatriate management which is 
       frequently handicapped by a lack of understanding of 
       international careers and the forces that drive 
       competition in the "global war for talent," an 
       increasingly short-term profit-driven focus and a failure 
       to adopt the rational strategic approach that 
       organizations automatically apply to other areas of their 
       business 
530    Also available in print 
533    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. 
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650  0 Foreign workers 
650  0 International business enterprises|xEmployees 
653    expatriate 
653    expatriation 
653    expatriate assignment 
653    expatriate compensation 
653    expatriate family 
653    expatriate management 
653    expatriate return on investment 
653    expatriate trends 
653    global career 
653    global mobility 
653    global staffing 
653    global war for talent 
653    host country nationals (HCNs) 
653    human capital 
653    international assignment 
653    international business 
653    international human resource management 
653    international management 
653    parent country nationals (PCNs) 
653    psychological contract 
653    repatriation 
653    return on investment 
653    ROI 
653    strategic planning 
653    talent management 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Inkson, Kerr 
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