Employee transfer is a component of any multinational organization. Trainings focus on finding suitable expatriate candidates, preparing them for overseas travel, support during their stay in host countries, and repatriation.
Trainings will help employees develop cultural competences, provide knowledge about local business culture, social life, practical issues, and assist in cultural adaptation.
Scope of trainings
During the training, we show participants how the culture of the country of origin of an international organization intertwines with the culture of the host country and the culture of the expatriate's country of origin. Special attention is paid to the organization's culture as it has a key impact on the expatriate's intercultural adaptation.
Particular attention is paid to strategic issues related to expatriation, the relationship between the company's headquarters and its subsidiaries, and the role of shaping the HR function in handling expatriate missions abroad.
Attention is paid to the impact of personal and family factors on the effectiveness of the foreign mission management process.
Significant is developing a remuneration package for expatriates, so participants learn the practical principles of building remuneration packages and benefits.
A consciously managed adaptation process makes it possible to alleviate tensions arising from differences in the work contexts of the country of origin and the host country. Therefore, special attention is paid to challenges and how to deal with them.
The training aims to familiarize participants with the issues of expatriate performance appraisal at different stages of a mission abroad. Participants will learn the rationale for the evaluation and then the specifics of its design and the factors that affect work effectiveness. During the training, participants will develop methods for evaluating the work of expatriates. Participants will also learn the management-by-objectives method in evaluating the effectiveness of foreign missions.
We draw attention to the impact of personal and family factors on the effectiveness of repatriation.
Participants also learn to apply the management-by-objectives method in evaluating the effectiveness of international assignments.
As part of relocation training, we also provide HR support in working with a relocated employee.