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2017 | nr 4 (33) | 23--32
Tytuł artykułu

Who is a Self-Initiated Expatriate? Etymology, Synthesis, Definition

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Kim jest SIE (self-initiated expatriate)? Etymologia, synteza, definicja
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Abstrakty
Samoinicjowana ekspatriacja jest nowym nurtem w obszarze ekspatriacji, który wyłonił się w ostatnich latach. Wymaga ona zatem głębszego poznania ze względu na rosnące zainteresowanie podmiotów międzynarodowych tą specyficzną grupą pracowników i odmiennością w zarządzaniu nimi. Zainteresowanie tematem SIE zarówno wśród znamienitych uczonych akademickich, przedsiębiorców, jak i decydentów dowodzi, że SIE są cennym zasobem w międzynarodowym zarządzaniu zasobami ludzkimi (IHRM). Stanowią wymierną korzyść zarówno dla samej organizacji, jak i dla gospodarek krajów goszczących.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Self-initiated expatriation is a new trend in the area of expatriation that has emerged in recent years. This requires a deeper understanding because of the growing interest of international actors in this specific group of workers and the difference in their management. The interest in the topic of the SIE by both prominent academics, entrepreneurs and decision makers proves that SIEs are a valuable asset in international human resources management (IHRM). They are a measurable advantage for both the organization itself and the economies of the host countries.(original abstract)
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23--32
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Twórcy
  • Wrocław University of Economics, Poland
  • Wrocław University of Economics, Poland
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