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To Train or Not to Train? : European Expatriate Managers in China
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Name: Instructor’s name: Course: Date of Submission: To Train or Not to Train? : European Expatriate Managers in China This is an exploratory study which is empirical as well. It inspects the consequences of foreign expatriate, European in this case, who are managers in China.
The provisionary findings give a clue that expatriate managers who receive training can easily and effectively handle their assignments and are more satisfied with their work, rather than those who did not receive any training at all (Selmer). Contrarily, there is no relationship between how the training was and how successful all managers are in their work. Outcomes also show that recipients who have received sequential training are much more satisfied with their work than those who had not have any training what so ever. Allegations of these provisional findings for conveying to firms in the future are discussed in this article.In today’s globalized world, the trade barriers are declining at a slow rate and world trade in services and goods have increased so much that it had outweigh domestic production. During the past decade, money has flown more quickly from one country to another and at a faster rate with the help of financing as investors look for return around the globe (Selmer). Via globalization, the whole entire world is becoming a huge market. This has led the way to free the market for purposes of competition. This is how firms try to reduce their costs and also indulge in profit maximization. This has been to stay resistant and robust in the market. All these procedures are contemplating free competition. Well this globalization has paved the way for human resource indulgence in the organization. ...
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