Correlates of Adjustment: A Study of Expatriate Managers in an Emerging Country
To minimize adverse consequences associated with expatriation, multinational companies need to identify the factors which facilitate (or impede) expatriate managers adjustment to a new environment. In this study, on the basis of their adjustment to four diverse aspects of life and work in Turkey, a sample of 78 expatriate managers were dichotomized into high and low adjustment groups. The two groups were then compared in terms of selected company and individual-related characteristics, previous international experience and the types of training received prior to and during the assignment. The article discusses these results and proffers strategies to facilitate expatriates adjustment to the Turkish environment.
Yavas, Ugur; and Bodur, Muzaffer. 1999. Correlates of Adjustment: A Study of Expatriate Managers in an Emerging Country. Management Decision. Vol.37(3). 267-279. https://doi.org/10.1108/00251749910264505 ISSN: 0025-1747