Expatriate adjustment as a multifaceted phenomenon: individual and organizational level predictors

@inproceedings{Aycan1997ExpatriateAA,
  title={Expatriate adjustment as a multifaceted phenomenon: individual and organizational level predictors},
  author={Zeynep Aycan},
  year={1997}
}
A conceptual model is proposed that identifies critical antecedents of expatriate adjustment. Adjustment is conceptualized as the degree of fit between the expatriate manager and the environment, both work and socio-cultural. Adjustment is marked by both reduced conflict and increased effectiveness. As a multidimensional phenomenon, expatriate adjustment can be identified in psychological, socio-cultural and work domains. The model predicts that psychological and socio-cultural adjustment are… CONTINUE READING

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