Exploring global career issues in-depth, this important collection works at the intersection of career management and international HRM. It uses a multitude of perspectives to explore global career drivers, experiences and outcomes for individuals, as well as career systems and management within organisations and societies. Both long-term and short-term careers are discussed and examined alongside the impact that they have on elements of family life, providing a useful guide for academic scholars, HR managers and professionals operating in global environments.
Table of Contents
1. The Multiple Forms and Shifting Landscapes of Global Careers; Michael Dickmann, Vesa Suutari, Olivier Wurtz.- 2. Typologies of Internationally Mobile Employees; Maike Andresen, Michael Dickmann, Vesa Suutari.
3. Contrasting Assigned Expatriates and Self-Initiated Expatriates: A Review of Extant Research and a Future Research Agenda; Vesa Suutari, Chris Brewster, Michael Dickmann.
4. Coaching of Global Careerists; Raija Salomaa.
5.Career Success in Different Countries: Reflections on the 5C Project; Jon Briscoe, Michael Dickmann, Tim Hall, Emma Parry, Wolfgang Mayrhofer, Adam Smale.
6. Managing Global Careerists: Individual, Organizational and Societal Needs; Michael Dickmann, Maike Andresen.- 7. Individual Offshoring: An Emerging Trend for Global Careers; Caroline Creven Fourrier, Sébastien Point.
8. Inpatriate Career Profiles: A Historical Review and Future Outlook; Miriam Moeller, Michael Harvey.
9. The Role of Repatriation in and for Global Careers; Eren Akkan, Mila Lazarova, Sebastian Reiche.
10. A Typology of Dual-Career Expatriate (Trailing) Spouses: The ‘R’ Profile; Yvonne McNulty, Miriam Moeller.- 11. Management of Work-Life Interface of Global Careerists: Experiences among Different Types of International Professionals; Vesa Suutari, Liisa Mäkelä, Olivier Wurtz.-
12. Compensating Global Careerists; Celia Zárraga-Oberty, Jaime Bonache.