Benefits And Challenges Of Sending Overseas

1922 WordsMay 16, 20168 Pages
Create a guide to leveraging expatriates. The guide should include four to six sources that address benefits and challenges of sending expatriates to other countries. This is an exciting time for our company. As we look to the future, the demand for a more visible and global company are vastly approaching and our company will be a part of this multinational expansion. This guide has been prepared for the employees participating in our first trial run of U. S. Expatriates. Your mission is extremely important. This guide will give instructions on to what is expected during your international assignment. As CEO of the company we want to thank you for your willingness to participate in our global expansion into our new global markets. We have done extensive research and have chosen to start the U. S. Expatriate program in Australia and Singapore. There are multiple benefits for employees who chose to accept this position. Throughout this guide we will identify the benefits, challenges, compensation and travel incentives, as well as rules of conduct in foreign countries. Thank you again for daring to step outside of your comfort zone to be the first participants in our U. S. Expatriate assignment. (Price, 2012) I. What is an Expatriate and whom does this guide apply to a. The definition of an expatriate is an employee who comes from a country that is different from the one in which they are working. (Foundations of Multinational Management, 2014) b. Expatriates in a
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