When home isn’t home: a study of homesickness and coping strategies among migrant workers and expatriates

@article{HackPolay2012WhenHI,
  title={When home isn’t home: a study of homesickness and coping strategies among migrant workers and expatriates},
  author={Dieu Hack-Polay},
  journal={International journal of psychological studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={4},
  pages={62}
}
  • Dieu Hack-Polay
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • International journal of psychological studies
This paper addresses, homesickness, an important issue in the area of international human resource management. It uses psychological and sociological literature to highlight the negative effects of homesickness on migrant workers and expatriates. These effects range from psychological disruptions to physical manifestations that affect the health and welfare of individuals and impact on work performance. The paper presents a model of coping strategies used by expatriates to deal with… Expand
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