You can go home again, but it isn’t always easy. It is the responsibility of forward thinking corporations to anticipate and ease the difficulties of making the transition from foreign to home based assignments.” ( D.W. Kendall )
This study explains the effect of repatriation on managers returning from foreign assignments. The first chapter gives the readers an overview of my research topic, justification for my research and problems with repatriation.
The second chapter will put light on expatriation and its different modes. The literature will further explain cohesion of the expats with the framework of the review. Repatriation is then explained in detail, the various barriers which appear while repatriation, factors in repatriation adjustment, repatriates training programs and finally the proactive strategies and a conclusion for the readers.
The third chapter explains a mixture of philosophies the researcher has used in the methodology. The research methodology undertaken is descriptive and have been conducted by both qualitative and quantitative in nature.
The fourth chapter is the main body of my research findings; here the researcher has demonstrated the result findings from his quantitative & qualitative research.
To explain my quantitative research I have used pie charts, tables with detailed explanation of every response I received from my respondents. To explain my qualitative research I have conducted live interviews with the international managers and then have compared & contrasted it from my literature review.
The fifth chapter states conclusion of my research topic, here the researcher has compared his research objectives with the research findings and has summed up his conclusion.
The sixth chapter is divided into two sections. Recommendations for academic study and recommendations for practioners. It will suggest a recommended program and a possible way of carrying out researches in the long run on the chosen topic