16 (2000): 119-34; Sona Meghreblian, An Armenian Odyssey (London: Gomidas, 2012); Hagop Touryantz, Search for a Homeland (New York: The author, 1987); Tom Mooradian, The Repatriate
: Love, Basketball and the KGB (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2008).
The research also documents the extent to which MNCs fail to proactively establish formal systems and processes specifically to facilitate the effective use of repatriate
knowledge sharing and transfer.
This would be provided immediately upon return from the assignment, when the repatriate
returns to work.
This paper examines the effect of the repatriates
on unemployment of non-repatriates, on the wages of different occupations, on the labor force participation of non-repatriates, and on the migration decisions of other groups.
The latest batch of repatriates
brings to 201 the total number of EARP beneficiaries since the start of 2019.
Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Chum Sunry said the Cambodian consulate in Ho Chi Minh City worked with Vietnamese authorities to repatriate
nine Cambodians, including six children.
SC in its decision held in 2016 had ordered to repatriate
all employees working in deputation in the federal departments to their home institutions.
The Turkish government has said that it is under no pressure to repatriate
gold from foreign central banks.
THE GOVERNMENT is preparing a bill that will enable repatriates
from third countries -- mainly South Africa -- to receive pensions and other benefits.
Although FSP FAS 109-2 extends time, it does not relieve companies of having to record an appropriate deferred tax liability when they decide to repatriate
companies may repatriate
earnings of their foreign subsidiaries at a reduced rate, as long as the earnings are reinvested in the U.S.
Sense-making and managing expectations and surprises were found to be important aspects of repatriation and repatriate
commitment to the company and the work unit.