A Best Practice Model for Predicting Success Working Abroad
Sending employees to live and work abroad involves significant expense. Therefore, organisations must look beyond the technical skills of candidates and ensure that they are choosing the right people for the right reasons.
Moving from one country to another for work requires an individual to operate and perform well in a new environment.
To determine expatriates' 'success factors' and understand which individuals can adapt best in a new country in the future, Aon's Assessment Solutions conducted a study to identify of returning expatriates' personal characteristics can predict success.
Read this report to learn about the study and the developed best practice model.
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