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||Human Resource Management|
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||The Impact of Organizational Support System on Taiwanese Expatriates’ cross-cultural adjustment in China.|
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||business travel experience
Organizational support system
China would overtake the US to become the largest economy in the world. The enterprises must pay attention to the adjustment issues of expatriates. That is the key factor for success of Taiwan's enterprises to enter the mainland. In the age of advanced technology nowadays, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) just have limited resources. How they can find a feasible and effective organizational support model is the purpose of this study.
This study used in-depth interviews conducted from seven selected companies in traditional industries, technology and service industries, and a total of 10 interviews with expatriate workers or human resources personnel, to obtain the following conclusions:
1.Stationed in advance before traveling experience or contact with the host country on business will help overseas adjustment.
2.With reasonable expectations of tasks and roles, and willing to accept assignment, expatriates’ embassies and adaptation will be more effective.
3.Expatriate in the host country’s food and shelter arrangement is the necessary and effective organization supports of adjustment.
4.To arrange a mentor to assist the expatriates in the host country is the most effective organizational support.
5.Not to guarantee any repatriate will strengthen the effect of expatriates’ abroad adaptation.
||Wang, Yu-Ping - chair|
Yu, Ming-Chu - co-chair
Jaw, Bih-Shiaw - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 0 year and off-campus access at 3 year.|
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