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Discuss Tung's support systems to ensure a successful repatriation.

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// There are some factors which affect the success and performance of the expatriates and we know that repatriation is a part of the expatriation cycle, and often proves to be difficult as many problems are faced by the individuals. We will discuss here the support system has been developed by Tung that ensures a successful repatriation//

Although companies are making constant efforts for providing assistance to the expatriates in foreign environment but it is not proving beneficial for the individuals who return to their headquarters after spending a number of years overseas. In the process of repatriation, the employees face a number of problems, for instance, they have to find new positions, new houses and even working spouse has to find a new job.

According to Tung, frustrations among the employees raise more ...

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