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Positive repatriation experiences in the past should increase spouse WTRI, while negative experiences should decrease spouse WTRI.
Hypothesis 3a: Spouse general repatriation adjustment after an international assignment will be positively related to spouse WTRI.
Hypothesis 3b: Spouse interaction repatriation adjustment after an international assignment will be positively related to spouse WTRI.
Thus, repatriation adjustment of the children in previous international relocations is expected to influence spouse WTRI.
Hypothesis 4: Children repatriation adjustment after an international assignment will be positively related to spouse WTRI.
Spouse WTRI was assessed with a one-item measure utilized by Brett and Stroh (1995) that they modified from their extensively used measure in domestic relocation studies (e.
The two measures of spouse cross-cultural adjustment as well as the measure of cross-cultural adjustment for the children were positively correlated with spouse WTRI, providing initial support for hypotheses 1a, 1b, and 2 (see Table 1).
2] from step 1 to step 2 tests whether the set of predictor variables in step 2 explain a significant amount of the variance in spouse WTRI beyond that already explained by the control variables.
001), the total set of predictor variables was significantly related to employee WTRI.
Hypothesis 3a was not supported in the direction predicted (see Table 2), although the regression analysis revealed a significant negative relationship between spouse WTRI and spouse interaction repatriation adjustment.
That spouse age was negatively related to spouse WTRI is not surprising given that this is one of the most consistent findings among studies examining domestic and international relocation intentions (Borstorff, Harris, Giles, and Feild, 1997; Brett et al.
Four of the six measures of cross-cultural and repatriation adjustment did not have a significant relationship with spouse WTRI in the regression model.
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