This article shows, in a global economy, the importance of recruitment, selection and cross-cultural training in expatriate success. In particular, organizations are invited to go beyond technical skills in recruitment and selection of expatriates by focusing on cultural competence. It includes a focus on criteria such as components of cultural intelligence and drivers behind the decision to expatriate. It also proposes to complete the recruitment and selection by cross-cultural training, both before and during the expatriation.
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