Exit Strategies It’s difficult to believe that after going through everything it takes to get a small business up and off the ground, often times the next steps are to….
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Please answer the following questions after reading the case study:
- Which staffing framework do you recognize in this case study? Explain its characteristics and the advantages to using this type of framework?
- Would this type of staffing framework affect Paul’s ability to get things done? Why, or why not?
- Explain if any of the other staffing frameworks would be any better? What can you recommend to the company’s headquarters in this sense?
- Why does Paul want this job? Is Paul a good candidate for this expatriate position?
- What comments can you make on expatriate management in general? And what comments can you make on the expatriate recruitment policy in particular?
- What are the different expatriate compensation methods you recognized in the text? What are the advantages and disadvantages of these different expatriate compensation methods?
- What do you suggest to the U.S. headquarters’ human resources manager in order to improve the expatriate satisfaction/compensation?