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    Expatirate Managers: Personal Code of Ethics

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    Why are expatriate managers at a greater risk of violating their personal code of ethics?

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    Expatriate managers move from one country to another for work. They come to a new culture from a culture that is very different from the one they are used to. In many instances they are unsure as how to best behave or react under certain situations. In these kinds of cases, the expatriates may find themselves are considerable pressure to 'blend in', even if this blending in may compromise their personal ethics. One of those ...

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    This solution explains why expatriate managers are more likely to compromise their personal code of business ethics.