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What law mandates that management bargain in good faith with labor unions over terms of employment such as wages?
What does the term repatriation refer to?
International employees are categorized into one of these three titles.
If your company hired a Canadian manager to work in your plant in Taiwan, she would be considered which type of international employee?
An international assignment is considered long-term when it lasts at least how long?
Your company is sending Sheila on a six-month assignment to Sweden, so you should probably use which method to determine her base pay?
AT&T plans on sending R.J. to Peru to work for at least 3 years. They will probably use which method to set his base pay?
Since he started at American Eyeful Pictures, Inc., David has worked in Japan, China, and Thailand. The company has probably set his base pay using which method?
Which base-pay method works best for expatriates who move from one foreign assignment to another and rarely, if ever, work in their home countries?
Juanita was told that on her first overseas assignment she would be getting a foreign service premium. That probably means she will be there at least how long?
Andre is going to be stationed overseas for about 18 months, so his foreign service premium will increase his base pay by about how much?
How are hardship allowances usually paid to expatriates?
Benjamin is going on his first expatriate assignment to a country considered a hardship location. About how much will you have to increase his base pay?
About how many countries are deemed as hardship locations by the U.S. State Department?
Which of the following would be considered a hardship location (due to dangerous conditions)?
Stephan is going to be getting a mobility premium for going to Saudi Arabia. How are you going to give it to him?
Renata Marie has been given a mobility premium as a reward for moving from one assignment to another. In what form did she receive this premium?
Tuition reimbursement and day care assistance fall under this category.
Which of the following is considered an enhanced benefit for expatriates?
When determining Ms. Jenkins' relocation assistance amount what will you need to consider?
These represent additional paid time off for employees working in hardship locations.
Which of the following are used by the State Department to determine the per diem schedules?
What provides expatriates the standard of living that they normally enjoy in the United States?
Quarters allowance is the U.S. Department of State's nomenclature for which expatriate cost provision?
When is a goods and services allowance given?
The State Department's Index compares the foreign costs of goods and services with which U.S. city?
If the local index for Tel Aviv, Israel is 146, what does that mean?
If the local index in Tegucigalpa, Honduras is 99, what does that mean?
Josh works at a U.S. construction company as a civil engineer. He has been working overseas for the last three years. The hypothetical tax calculated by his company turned out to be less than his actual income tax. In this situation
________ is the transition process of working in a domestic assignment in a worker's home country after having worked on an international assignment abroad.
________ nationals are foreign citizens who work in U.S. companies' branch offices or manufacturing plants in their home countries.
________ nationals are foreign national citizens who work in U.S. companies' branch offices or manufacturing plants in countries other than the United States or their own home countries.
U.S. citizens employed in U.S. companies with work assignments outside the United States are better known as ________.
An ________ is the price at which one country's currency can be swapped for another.
________ is the increase in prices for consumer goods and services.
The ________ allowance compensates expatriates for their sacrifices while on assignment.
________ premiums reward employees for moving from one assignment to another.
________ benefits allow for expatriates to take paid time off back in the United States.
Expatriates receive ________ allowances when the cost of living is higher in the country that they work in that it is in the U.S.
Describe the four challenges that companies face in the development and the implementation of international compensation programs. How can a company prevent problems that are risen by repatriation?
Explain headquarters-based method to calculate expatriates based pay. Which incentive might work better for this method?