The purpose of this master thesis, is to
insight into the
aspects which hampers the performance of
International Hires in
provide managers with a guide to how to tackle the challenges in order to make the hire
successful and value creating.
An exploratory and qualitative research approach
will be used. Interviews will be conducted
with both parts of the international hiring process,
namely domestic managers/administrators and international hires currently
domestic businesses, bu
t mostly with the international hires themselves.
There is no doubt that any change in culture, either national, regional or
corporate, will influence a person’s
, and hence performance. In this paper, I have
looked at the direct caus
es of p
Solutions as to how to limit the
with a focus on Norwegian
have been suggested.
The interviews were
performed at two Norwegian Academic
Institutions at the University level.
Therefore the conclusions derived from this research
cannot be carelessly applied to firms in the private sector, more research is needed.
This paper has been aimed at giving a better understanding of the
problems facing companies that
employees, and how the company can deal with
the performance issues related to
the transition process
, notably the drop in performance
immediately following relocation.||nb_NO