When you first moved overseas, learning a foreign language was challenging. Upon your return, establishing a well-adjusted place for yourself in a changed American landscape is more challenging – and perhaps even more foreign – still.
How can a concerned employer minimize re-entry pain for the returning expat and the family when “the old order has clearly changed”? Is there a way to avoid such churning?
Repatriation orientation programs can provide your expats with a new sense of belonging and an ability to better visualize and manage successful returns.
Among the possibilities are collaborating
with expats on:
Full-day immersion programs