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Title: Acculturation, Coping and Integration Success of International Skilled Migrants: An Integrative Review and Multi-Level Framework
Authors: Hajro, A
Stahl, G
Clegg, C
Lazarova, M
Keywords: International skilled migrants;Migrant integration success;Coping strategies;Acculturation modes;Societal;Organisational and individual influences
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Wiley
Citation: Human Resource Management Journal
Abstract: In this article we review the limited but growing body of research on international skilled migrants and examine to what extent knowledge generated in adjacent research streams – specifically, work on assigned and self-initiated expatriates – can be meaningfully applied to aid our understanding of the challenges, coping strategies and acculturation dynamics of skilled migrants. We develop a framework that explains how variables and processes at multiple levels (individual, organisational, and societal) influence migrant acculturation and coping and result in integration-related outcomes in the domains of personal/family life and workplace/career. We discuss directions for future research and implications for practice.
ISSN: 0954-5395
Appears in Collections:Dept of Arts and Humanities Embargoed Research Papers

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