Expatriate Pre Departure Training

  • Expatriate

    Hospitality Management Emerald Article: Expatriation in the hotel industry: An exploratory study of management skills and cultural training Gina Fe Causin, Baker Ayoun, Patrick Moreo Article information: To cite this document: Gina Fe Causin, Baker Ayoun, Patrick Moreo, (2011),"Expatriation in the hotel industry: An exploratory study of management skills and cultural training", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 23 Iss: 7 pp. 885 - 901 Permanent link to this document:

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  • Women Expatriates

    ISM UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT BACHELOR STUDIES 3rd year students: Rasa Bartulyt Silvija Daikeryt Ieva Avulyt 2012 10 03 Women Expatriates Supervisor: Lineta Ramonien VILNIUS, 2012 Contents Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Women do not want to be international managers........................................

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  • Training

    Chapter 7 Prevention of Sexual Harassment 7–1. Overview The prevention of sexual harassment is a commander’s responsibility. The EOA plays a pivotal role by assisting the commander with policy awareness, training, command climate assessments, complaints processing and overall advisory assistance concerning the prevention of sexual harassment. 7–2. Chain of command responsibilities Commanders and supervisors will— a. Ensure that assigned personnel (to include RC personnel under their jurisdiction)

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  • Pre-Diabetes

    Pre-diabetes Are you very hungry? Are you very thirsty? Are you tired or don’t get enough sleep? Are you overweight or lack daily exercise? These are just a few symptoms you may experience if your body is trying to tell you something. You need to know what your body is saying and more importantly listen to it. Unfortunately, our body does not always tell us what we need to know; pre-diabetes is most often a silent condition with no symptoms. Pre-diabetes

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  • Training and Development

    future. 148 Human Resource Planning Part III: Staffing Figure 5.1 ust demand Labor productivity Internal labor market V Labor demand Labor supply Eeterhal labor market . Conditions and Selected Response 1 Labor Demand Exceeds Labor Supply • Training or retraining • Succession planning • Promotion from within • Recruitment from outside • Subcontracting • Use of part-timers or temporary workers • Use of overtime . 2. Labor Supply Exceeds Labor Demand • Pay cuts • Roduced hours •Wm shar ing •

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  • Training Expatriates

    Training and Preparing Expatriates MGT 555 Melvinne Kitillya Executive Summary Globalization has created opportunities for employers to find the skilled professionals they desire, whether they are in their own national market or elsewhere. These professionals that are being recruited from other nations are called expatriates, and they are chosen to live in another country either temporarily or permanently. There has been an increase of expatriates starting at the end of the 20th century

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  • Training

    responsibilities more clearly. The job activities and profile will be to work towards organizational goal yet at the same achieving personal objectives. Hence, in HR employee’s development is very important whether by relationship building or through training. All kinds of skills are taken into accounts and measure before an employee is hired. Career plans and objectivity in life is top priority as this will determines whether the prospective employee is a good investment or not. A major role of HR

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  • Training

    DEVELOPING THE TRAINING ROLE OF AN EMPLOYERS' ORGANIZATION by Sriyan de Silva International Labour Office January 1997 [Top] [Next] Table of Contents 1. What is Training? 2. Importance of Developing a Role in Training 3. The Training Role - Internal Training - Training Services - Influencing National Policies and Programmes - Other Roles 4. Problems for Employers' Organizations in Developing a Training Role 5. Developing the Organization's Training Function - Pre-requisites - Training Needs Survey

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  • Training

    WHAT IMPACT DOES TRAINING HAVE ON EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT AND EMPLOYEE TURNOVER? SCOTT BRUM University of Rhode Island Training is of growing importance to companies seeking to gain an advantage among competitors. There is significant debate among professionals and scholars as to the affect that training has on both employee and organizational goals. One school of thought argues that training leads to an increase in turnover while the other states that training is a tool to that can lead to higher

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  • Training

    The first thing I would do in the training seminar is a documentary program. This is where employees would learn about each foreign country’s history, culture, institutions, geography, and economics. I would use videotaped and Web-based presentations to help the employees get a visual understanding of each company’s culture. (Kreitner, 2009, p. 107) In doing this, I could focus on each aspect of the business and how it is interpreted in a foreign country. For example, I would have them watch the

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  • Training

    WHAT IMPACT DOES TRAINING HAVE ON EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT AND EMPLOYEE TURNOVER? SCOTT BRUM University of Rhode Island Training is of growing importance to companies seeking to gain an advantage among competitors. There is significant debate among professionals and scholars as to the affect that training has on both employee and organizational goals. One school of thought argues that training leads to an increase in turnover while the other states that training is a tool to that can lead to higher levels

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  • Training

    RE: Different methods of training(A) On the Job Training Methods On the job training methods are by far the most commonly used in training for all levels of personnel. The object of on the job training is to bring the employees to at least a minimum acceptable standard of performance in the shortest possible lime. The worker by these methods learns to master the operations involved on the actual job situation under the supervision of his immediate loss who has to carry the primary burden of conducting

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  • Expatriate Women

    GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Topic 1: Career management issues of female business expatriates. In an ever-expanding and quickly changing global market, for businesses to be competitive it is extremely important that they be positioned worldwide in order to step up, make contacts and find human talent. In response to that, the number of expatriates sent on global assignments is increasing steadily, and therefore finding the right people with adequate skills for global assignments is becoming

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  • Pre Med

    As strange as it may seem I believe my father changed the world that day. He made me realize what truly matters now, what has never mattered in the past and what always will. Most importantly he made me realized what I wanted to do with my life. Pre med is just the first step in my plan to heal the world. I wasn’t seriously injured that day but I did leave with a scar on my left wrist. That scar is a constant reminder to me of what could have happened that day. Every day I study hard, work hard

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  • Argos Diesel Expatriates

    Homework 1: Expatriates 1.0 Problem Statement Argos Diesel, Europe, is encountering a common global project management problem. Enter Bert Donaldson, a charismatic, well-spoken manager who had improved the cross functional teams and fostered cohesion among Argos’ groups domestically in the US. He has been tasked to do the same thing in European soil, helping the fledgling network of companies achieve the same efficiency as the US, but he has so far failed to do so. Employee confidence in Donaldson’s

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  • Training and Development

    established in different countries. Then, she turns her attention to the basic functions of international human resource management, among them recruitment and selection of new employees, development and training of employees, assessment of work efficiency, as well as remuneration of employees. As the expatriates are often given special attention by their work organizations, she concludes the paper with the description of the additional challanges occurring in the management of these employees. 1

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  • Worldwide's Expatriate Program

    Issues in Worldwide’s Expatriate Program A highly involved management from the home and host countries plays a part in reducing uncertainties associated with global mobility program and such participative efforts are assumed to have an effect on the productivity of the expatriate (Vance & Ring, 1994). Two-way communications must be established between the three involving countries and active sharing of information is crucial for the program to be successful. Ample time should be provided

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  • Cultural Distance and Expatriate Job Satisfaction

    and expatriate job satisfaction Fabian Jintae Froese a,∗ , Vesa Peltokorpi b,1 a b Korea University Business School, Anam-dong, Seongbuk-Gu, Seoul, 136-701, Republic of Korea HEC School of Management, Paris, 78351 Jouy en Josas, France a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Despite its strong impact in domestic settings on job performance, organizational commitment, stress, and turnover intentions, job satisfaction has received little attention in the literature on expatriates. This

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  • Deemphasizing Expatriates

    to Beijing's Expatriate community? In a period where competition in China's ice cream sector is turning red hot as market players unveil bold expansion plans and target the expatriate community, Beijing Carvel has taken the opposite approach. Group three disagrees with Beijing Carvel's decision to deemphasize expats. Latest figures from the Ministry of Labor and Social Security show about 150,000 foreigners working in China, a rise from 120,000 in 2005 (Catering for expatriates). Combined expenditures

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  • Training

    How training and development supports business growth Introduction Tesco is the largest British retailer and is also the world’s third largest grocery retailer with outlets across Europe, USA and Asia. The business began in 1919 with one man, Jack Cohen, selling groceries from a stall in the East End of London. Jack bought surplus stocks of tea from a company called T.E. Stockwell. T.E. Stockwell and Cohen combined their names to brand the tea Cohen originally sold – TESCO tea. In 1929, the first

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  • Pre-Colonial

    A Brief History of Philippine Literature in English I. Pre-Colonial Period - Consisted of early Filipino literature passed down orally; oral pieces have a communal authorship – it was difficult to trace the original author of the piece since oral literature did not focus on ownership or copyright, rather on the act of storytelling itself; - Many oral pieces became lost in the wave of the new literary influence brought about by the Spanish colonization;

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  • Expatriates and Business

    cross-cultural skills and the shortage of managers who possess these skills, most human resource decision makers do nothing in terms of cross-cultural training for employees in general or even specifically for selected employees embarking on international. This is significant given that studies have found between 16 and 40 percent of all expatriate managers sent on foreign assignments return before they are supposed to, due to poor performance or the inability of the employee and/or the family to

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  • Expatriate

    needed] This has created a different type of expatriate where commuter and short-term assignments are becoming more common and often used by organizations to supplement traditional expatriation.[9] Private motivation is becoming more relevant than company assignment. Families might often stay behind when work opportunities amount to months instead of years. The cultural impact of this trend is more significant. Traditional corporate expatriates did not integrate and commonly only associated with

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  • Training and Development

    dynamic, ever-changing working environment. At the same time, it was important for employers to develop new skills too, to compete in the global market and be competitive (Noe, 2008). So as to cope with these changes and uncertain financial times, training and ongoing learning as part of the employee’s job profile have been given priority, where the time and expenses involved are now being considered to be investments in human capital, allowing companies to realize the full worth of these “assets”

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  • Training

    and the stakeholders would need for further affirmation to assist in the decision to invest in the type of diversity training which will covers a broad range of in-depth workplace diversity curricula for the Abercrombie & Fitch training program. 1. What are the instructional goals and objectives? 2. What are the definitive tasks to be performed which will incorporate this training into the day to day company processes? 3. What are the learning outcomes, and expected results?

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  • Departures

    AB English III-4 FOLA 2023 (Nihongo Part 2) Reflection Paper “DEPARTURES (おくりびと)” Daigo Kobayashi was a devoted cellist from an orchestra in Tokyo that has been dissolved leaving him with no job. He then decided to move back to his old hometown together with his wife, Mika, to get a fresh start. After browsing through the daily newspaper, he landed on a job in an agency as“encoffineer” thinking that “departures” is a travel agency. He badly needed a job at the time and it is a high

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  • Training

    Guest Services Training Guide Tina Shackelford MGT/371 January 20, 2014 Michelle Malone Guest Services Training Guide Guest Service Baderman Resort properties are managed by Boardman Management Group (BMG). An alignment of mission statements of both organizations presents a united philosophy to provide a unique and quality experience to guest and day visitors. Board members and top executives believe these objectives can be obtained by focusing on the quality of guest services that meet

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  • Departures

    Abbie Nicholas #15 Asia 101 Departures Departures 1. Why is death “taboo” in Japanese society? Is your view on death different than what you saw in the film? In Japanese society, death is taboo. It is seen as special and sentimental. There are many rules that have to be followed. The rituals were the ceremony of the body washing, dressing in clothes and makeup for final appearance before the burial . In the film it was a custom that family members performed it. Community members usually

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  • Pre Education

    A STUDY OF FACTORS INFLUENCING CHILDREN ENROLMENT IN PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION IN MOLO DISTRICT, ELBUGON DIVISION KENYA DECLARATION This Research is my original work and has not been submitted to any other university or college for the award of a degree or any other assessment in part or whole. DEDICATION This research work is dedicated first to the Almighty God who gave me the life, strength, patience and whose word has been a booster to my ego. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS ………………………………………………

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  • Training

    GoToTraining® User Guide Attendees Joining a Training Attending a training requires registration. If you have registered through an invitation email or registration link, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the training. If you are joining a training already in session and have not yet registered, you are prompted to do so. Note: Some trainings may require your approval prior to the delivery of a confirmation email. To join a training from a confirmation email 1. 2. 3. 4. Open

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  • Training

    A STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAINING PROGRAMME TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT……………………………….i ABSTRACT………………………………………………ii LIST OF TABLES……………………………………....iii LIST OF CHARTS………………………………………iv CHAPTER | TITLE | PAGE NO | I | 1.1 INTRODUCTION1.2 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY | 110 | II | REVIEW OF LITERATURE | 11 | III | OBJECTIVES OF STUDY | 16 | IV | RESEARCH METHODOLOGY | 17 | V | DATA ANALYSIS AND

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  • Training

    dynamic, ever-changing working environment. At the same time, it was important for employers to develop new skills too, to compete in the global market and be competitive (Noe, 2008). So as to cope with these changes and uncertain financial times, training and ongoing learning as part of the employee’s job profile have been given priority, where the time and expenses involved are now being considered to be investments in human capital, allowing companies to realize the full worth of these “assets”

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  • Training

    Programme Schedule Time | Activities | 0900 - 0930 | Registration | 0930 - 1000 | Brief Introduction of the Training Course | 1000 - 1130 | Explanation of the importance of communication | 1130 - 1145 | Tea Break | 1145 - 1230 | Interactive game session | 1230 - 1300 | Interactive talk and discussion on the game session | 1300 - 1400 | Lunch | 1400 - 1600 | Illustrative talk on Time Management | 1600 - 1630 | Self-assessment on time management | 1630 - 1730 | Sharing experience

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  • Training

    welders’ skill/technique. 2. PURPOSE The purpose of this training module is to equip the welder with the ability to conduct visual inspection, familiarization with weld imperfection and to enhance welders ability make a weld free of any imperfection/defect inside the weld metal and weld surface. 3. REFERENCE 3.1 CSWIP Book 2008 3.2 TWI Course Reference WIS7 3.3 ASME I 3.4 ASME V 3.5 ASME IX 4 TRAINING PROGRAM Welder’s training would help to enhance the skill of each welder. It takes

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  • Expatriates: Work Life Balance

    time stressful and negative. There are three types of travel stressors that can affect a business travel: pre-trip, trip, and post-trip stressors (DeFrank et al, 2000:60). There are also several factors that influence the psychological and physiological well-being of travelling executives: demographics, personality, job, organisational, home and family, and travel impedance. First of all, pre-trip stressors (DeFrank et al, 2000:60) reflect the demanding and challenging tasks that must be solved before

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  • Female Expatriates

    MSc IN iNTERNATIONAL mANAGEMENT | Under-representation of female expatriates | The issues and barriers | | OC1BBS | 02/11/15 | MBA 7020 - Research and Study Skills | Dr. Emily Fenclova | | George Ritzer and Paul Dean (2014), both writers and professors at U.S. Universities, said: “Globalization is increasingly omnipresent. In fact, globalization is of such great importance that the era in which we live should be labeled the global age” (p. 2). It is undisputable that the

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  • Repatriation of Expatriates

    Repatriation of Expatriates: Overcoming barriers and understanding issues for the HR Practitioner Christian Bengtsson 2566276 Griffith Business School – Postgraduate Studies International Human Resource Management Att: Dr Alan Burton Jones IHRM Word Count: 2075 Table of Content 1.0 Introduction 3 2.0 Repatriation 4 3.0 Consideration of Issues with Repatriation 5 3.1 Financial 6 3.2 Family Problems 6 3.3 Organizational issues 7 3.4 Future Career Issues 7 4.0 Three

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  • Pre Algebra

    Name: _________________________ Score: ______ / ______ Pre-Algebra Midterm Exam Solve the problems below. Show your work when applicable. 1. Write using exponents. (–4)(–4) 2. Simplify. Show your work. 513 +-3918 3. What type of measurement would you use to describe the amount of water a pot can hold? 4. Estimate the sum of 9.327 + 5.72 + 4.132 to one decimal place. 5. State whether the number 91 is prime, composite, or neither. 6. What

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  • Multinational Corporations (Mncs)Employing Expatriate Managers

    is a corporation that has its facilities and other assets in at least one country other than its home country. There are three key organizational functions of expatriation: position filling, management development, and organization development. Expatriate are the person who goes to the foreign country on the international assignment. When a MNC open its new subsidiary in the new country, then it might not find the local person who has the specific skills that are required by the company, so, it send

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  • Pre-Interview

    Pre-Interview 1. Know the Company backwards and forward * Know the companies values and tell the interviewer about how your values match the companies values * Know the story of how, when, where, and why the company started * Know the companies mission statement and tell the interviewer why their mission statement is aligned with your career goals. * Understand the financial situation of the company and their competitors * Know the companies goals and ambitions when it comes

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  • Managing Expatriates

    Expatriates or expats are employees that are temporarily sent overseas either temporarily or permanently for international assignment by their company. The word is derived from the Latin terms ex ("out of") and patria ("country, fatherland"). Expatriation of workers involves many factors and risk among them are the need for greater operating unit diversity, more external stakeholder influence, higher levels of risk exposure and more personal insight into employees’ lives and family situations

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  • Expatriate Managers

    developing good managerial teams in the new foreign subsidiary as expatriates can transfer their knowledge on how the company operates overall. In some MNE’s it is considered necessary for the senior managers to spend some time abroad to build the experience of running the company internationally so they can use that knowledge to fulfil the top corporative posts. The costs of sending expatriates abroad is high, in addition to paying expatriates salary organisations have to pay the cost of relocating

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  • Training

    Learning and Development Identified Training needs: Some of the training needs we identified based on the case study were as follows: 1. Gender Sensitivity Training 2. Job skill training 3. Safety Training. Some of the methods that might be used to identify training needs are: 1. Surveys 2. Interviews- gender sensitivity training 3. Skill Matrix Gender sensitivity: Identifying the needs: We have used the interview format to identify this. Since the interview will be dealing with

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  • The Training Program

    cross-culturally aware. This paper aims at developing a training program to raise cross- cultural awareness among a group of global managers in our organization. Culture will be define, then an understanding of cross cultural awareness , what cross cultural awareness entails and the impact it makes on organizations in multinational corporations and the importance of the training program will be discussed. Cross Cultural Training for Junior Level Expatriate Managers in IT Field Developing culturally competent

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  • Training

    sportsmen and women must participate in year round conditioning programs. The bottom line in sports conditioning and fitness training is stress, not mental stress, but adaptive body stress. Sportsmen and women must put their bodies under a certain amount of stress (overload) to increase physical capabilities. click here to read the rest of this article Weight Training Ideal Weight & BMI Better performances can be the product of a number of factors. This product is primarily the outcome of

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  • Expatriate Managers

    Questions: Expatriate Managers 1、What are some of the risks that an organization faces when stationing an expatriate overseas? The biggest risk I have seen for foreign multinationals as they send expats to other countries is the struggle to maintain a positive image of the company especially when on a daily basis that responsibility lies in the hands of employees and their relocating dependants. The “expat life” tends to placate a vacation mentality, a sense of entitlement and a feeling of exemption

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  • Training and Pre-Planning

    Training and Pre-Planning Is Key Jason Rogers COMM/215 28 May 2012 Cecelia Weber Training and Pre-Planning Is Key Introduction In my case study, Carl Robbins, a campus recruiter for ABC, Inc., has been made aware of multiple issues a couple weeks before the new hire orientation that he scheduled. Given that the ABC campus recruiter, Carl Robbins, had six months of experience and was developing difficulties with the pre-planning for his new hire orientation, I conclude that the company ABC

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  • Aircraft Landing/Departure Process

    Aircraft Landing/Departure process The process every airplane goes through is very complicated and depends on many things. For the purposes of simplicity, this project demonstrates the simplified process that wide body aircrafts go through once they touch down in Airports until they leave again. The total time the plane stays on the ground from the point of arrival to departure is 2-2.5 hours. Once the aircraft lands, it takes 5-15 minutes to reach its bay. After that, we are splitting events

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  • Pre-Gaming

    I can expect the article to try and make me feel that the higher drinking age is to blame for “pre-gaming” and the reason so many students either die or end up in the hospital while in college. The topic of the article is about college students “pre-gaming” for social events by consuming large amounts of alcohol beforehand. The author’s point of view is that with a younger drinking age a lot of “pre-gaming” behavior could be avoided. * Consider your own experience Growing up in a college

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  • Effectiveness of Cross-Cultural Training

    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING FOR EXECUTIVES IN OIL & GAS COMPANIES WITHIN THE KLANG VALLEY A Master’s Project submitted in partial fulfilment Of the requirements for the degree of Master of Human Resource Management The Effectiveness of Cross-Cultural Training for Executives in Oil & Gas Companies within the Klang Valley ABSTRACT Cross-cultural interactions are rapidly increasing. Globalisation and cultural

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