The research team also are involved in a range of other research.
You may be interested in learning more about the areas they are involved in via the links below.
Fly-In Fly-Out Workers & Their Partners
There is much interest and debate around Fly-In Fly-out workers and their partners. Research on this population though is limited.
Moving into the third year of conducting research on Fly-In Fly-Out workers and their partners in Australia, the survey for 2014 is designed for both FIFO workers and their partners and has been developed based upon what we have learned during this time.
Check out www.fiforesearch.com to find out the lastest information, previous research findings and to take part.
In a world of globalized business and global mobility the ability of employees to adapt and adjust cross-culturally is increasingly an opportunity for competitive advantage. Organizational systems and training that facilitate relocations between host and home can prove to be the difference between success and failure for international ventures.
The globalization of communication networks including the proliferation of online social media has provided unique opportunities for expatriates to communicate with host nationals other expatriates and friends and family in their home countries.
The latest research is exploring the implications of social networking for expatriates with a particular focus on psycho-social adjustment.
Check out www.expatajustment.com to find out the lastest information, previous research findings and to take part.