Bunch 4 Presentation The Role of Family in International Assignments

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Amass 4 Presentation The Role of Family in International Assignments Iwona Samsel Frank John Katsufumi Araki Gurhan Gunal Cem Oktaymen

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History of IHRM 1900s Focus on propelling, controlling and enhancing the profitability of section level workers. 1920s Appraising and preparing people 1940s Knowledge of gatherings and the effect of gathering on people

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History of IHRM 1960s Individual needs and inspiration alongside advances in determination and improvement 1970s Human asset administration (security and strength of the laborer and in addition singular fulfillment and execution)

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History of IHRM Late 1980s Organizational methodology Today Global rivalry, overall work accessibility, business morals and the earth

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Country Analysis

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POLAND Country Profile Recent Activities in IHRM Society and Foreign Assignments Expatriation & Repatriation Performance & Retention IHRM: fundamental changes

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Country Profile Geo/Demographics Poland EU Member: May 1 st ,2004 Political framework: Republic Total region: 313 000 km² Population: 38.6 million GDP: $463 billion Religion: Catholic

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Collectivist Society Low Context Cultural Dimension Scores Don't grin to outsiders => take after NY style Learn few words in Polish => Poles will love it Bring blooms when going to Polish home => "thank you for welcome" Never decline seconds => nothing superior to Polish home cooking Politics => dependably a decent theme Country Profile cont. Culture Poland

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Country Profile Recent IHRM exercises Poland Legal International Agreements Compensation Taxes Work for life partner Work licenses

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Pluses (+) Financial preferred standpoint Exposure to remote culture Language Resume Minuses (- ) Distance from relatives, companions Language hindrance Lack of good childcare framework Work for mate Working hours Vacation time Pluses (+) Exposure to outside culture Good level of training Good way of life Good level of youngster care Location: focal Europe Minuses (- ) Language/absence of significant esteem Distance from relatives, companions Weather: long frosty winters Society and Foreign Assignments: Poland versus US Polish Expatriates American Expatriates

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Pre-Departure Training Living Arrangements Child Care Educational Allowances Lack of set up of an ostracize organize No dialect preparing for families Little support for family courses of action upon give back No ensured work upon return Expatriation and Repatriation Expatriates & Families Repatriation Expatriation

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Successful culmination Most of the met Economic Development High Education Level Failure Few employment offers for life partners Separation from relatives Weather Successful finishing Large % of talked with Financial jolt Future profession Failure Separation from relatives Lack of bolster system No occupation offers without dialect abilities Performance and Retention Polish Expatriates American Expatriates

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IHRM: vital changes Support framework Coach arrangement Network of neighborhood exiles Living game plans upon repatriation Work for life partner Extended system with other remote organizations Guaranteed work upon repatriation Language Training for all relatives

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People's Republic of China Country Profile Chinese Culture Work-Family Conflict Expatriates and Families Performance & Retention IHRM: important changes

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People's Republic of China Population: 1.307 billion Capital: Beijing Area: 9.596.960 sq km GDP: $ 7.262 trillion GDP for every capita : $ 5600 Labor Force: 760.8 million Languages: Chinese, Mandarin Political System: Communist

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Chinese Culture Confucius' Relationships Ruler - Subject Husband – Wife Father – Son Brother – Brother Friend - Friend Lijie and Surface Harmony Being well mannered and respectful Proper decorum jam agreement and face Guanxi Relationship between individuals Network of contacts Mianxi Losing face Saving face Keqi Ke – visitor qi – conduct Represents humbleness and humility

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Culture cont. Influence Distance (PDI) Very high influence remove Inequality of influence and riches Follow a position framework Individualism – Collectivism (IDV) Collective society Reinforce more distant family Everyone assumes liability Masculinity (MAS) Medium range Woman have a few rights Uncertainty Avoidance (UAI) Between medium and low Tolerance for various sentiments Long – Term Orientation (LTO) Values long haul duties Respect for convention Strong hard working attitude

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Work - Family Conflict Work – promote self-improvement Work and family is separate Family precedes work Family values = personal satisfaction Expressive independence Individualistic culture United States China Work – welfare of Family – based hard working attitude Extra work > future advantages for family Collectivism > need to work More experienced with families double bearers

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Importance of guanxi Mostly long haul assignments Time to change in accordance with new culture Expatriate ( Diaspora) treated like relative Company will defeat culture stun and give serious pre – takeoff preparing Family remains behind until ostracize conform to new environment Company requests precede Family will bolster exile, for better future (long – term situated) Low disappointment rate Expatriates and Families

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Brazil Country Profile Culture Themes Culture Differences Adaptation Family Concerns

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Brazil Total populace of 184 million Among the most mainstream goals AIDS patients are expanding

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Culture Themes Time and Work Casual about time and work Not worried about being hard and productive Take a few occupations Extended Family Larger part in the public eye Big family Mutual support

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Culture contrasts The mentality of male strength Primary duty of ladies To tend to the home and the family Must be patient to increase shared trust Slower business exchange

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Adaptation Difficult to convey without Portuguese A time of tension, questions and concern Safety and security Avoid huge get-togethers or any group

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Family Concerns Children's issues Experiencing significant stretch E-mail, MTV and phone—ease feeling of confinement from companions Returning home—most troublesome because of culture contrasts, excessively outsider for their companions

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Family Concerns Spouses' worry High danger of grabbing for payment Must guarantee that houses are secure Children in the hands of individuals they can trust

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TURKEY Country Profile Facts for remote exiles Society and Foreign Assignments Legal Terms for remote ostracizes Performance & Retention

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TURKEY Age structure : 0-14 years: 27.2% 15-64 years: 66.4 65 years and more than: 6.4% EU Candidate Political framework: Republic Total region: 2,648 km Population: 70 million GDP: $507billion Religion: 98% Muslim Country Profile Geo/Demographics

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Collectivistic Society Low Context Cultural Dimension Scores Hospitable, all things considered, Don't say no to sustenance serve in Turkish homes Be on schedule for conference Always be prepared for supper to bring home the bacon Politics, Soccer dependably a decent subject Country Profile cont. Culture

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Economic impact increment in FDI increment in Foreign exiles Possible EU enrollment Circulation of Labor will occur More openings for work for Turkish youthful work compel Cultural impact Male prevailing Tight family bonds 29.7% ladies and 68.3% men are in work drive 6 million Turkish individuals works in abroad $5 billion dollars from ostracizes FACTS FOR TURKEY

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Pluses (+) Financial favorable position Exposure to remote culture Language Pluses (- ) Homesickness Language boundary Lack of good childcare framework Vacation Length Pluses (+) Good Salary Vacation Length Good way of life Sufficient level of tyke care Location: Southeastern Europe Minuses (- ) Language/absence of important esteem Society and Foreign Assignment: Turkey versus Outside Turkish Expatriates Foreign Expatriates

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Constitutional rights Turkey Laws takes after EU norms for Foreign ostracizes New laws are on process: August 2005 , work allow process will be quicker Taxes Legal Terms for remote exiles

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90% effective finish 13% disappointment Divorce rate Main reasons: Language obstruction Culture stun Advantage of Eurasian culture 80% fruitful consummation 15% disappointment Main reasons: Language hindrances Homesickness Child mind Performance and Retention Foreign Expatriates Turkish Expatriates

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Conclusion Issues worried with Careers of the companion Children Things to consider Inclusion of family in basic leadership handle Coping with new living quarters Differences in apparel necessities Family wellbeing issues Children's instruction Language boundaries

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Conclusion Some things that can make it less demanding to live abroad Do everything conceivable to make your time abroad an energizing open door "The best expat is the informed expat" Encourage your kids to keep up their association with home Well remuneration

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