Expatriates’ Multiple Fears, from Terrorism to Working Conditions: Development of a Model

@inproceedings{Giorgi2016ExpatriatesMF,
  title={Expatriates’ Multiple Fears, from Terrorism to Working Conditions: Development of a Model},
  author={Gabriele Giorgi and Francesco Montani and Javier Fiz-P{\'e}rez and G. Arcangeli and Nicola Mucci},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2016}
}
Companies' internationalization appears to be fundamental in the current globalized and competitive environment and seems important not only for organizational success, but also for societal development and sustainability. On one hand, global business increases the demand for managers for international assignment. On the other hand, emergent fears, such as terrorism, seem to be developing around the world, enhancing the risk of expatriates' potential health problems. The purpose of this paper… CONTINUE READING
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