Teachers and their international relocation : The effect of self-efficacy and flexibility on adjustment and outcome variables

@inproceedings{Kirchenheim2005TeachersAT,
  title={Teachers and their international relocation : The effect of self-efficacy and flexibility on adjustment and outcome variables},
  author={Clement von Kirchenheim},
  year={2005}
}
  • Clement von Kirchenheim
  • Published 2005
In this study the adjustment process in a designated group of expatriates, (teachers), who have severed ties with their home country and employer is investigated. Based on existing literature, the value of self-efficacy and flexibility on the adjustment process was explored. It was hypothesised that adjustment would result in reduced turnover intention, increased life satisfaction, and higher job satisfaction. Results revealed the significance of self-efficacy but failed to reveal a significant… CONTINUE READING

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