Self-Initiated Expatriate Women’s Careers — Reflections, Experiences and Choices

R. van den Bergh, Yvonne Du Plessis

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Abstract

Career path perceptions have changed: employees no longer necessarily see career growth as moving upward in an organisational hierarchy (an external career), but instead focus on acquiring individual skills and competencies leading to career development across borders and companies (an internal career) (Stahl et al., 2002). Thus, career management no longer focuses on an organisation but resides with the individual, who must take responsibility for his/her own employability.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTalent Management of Self-Initiated Expatriates
Chapter10
Pages202
Number of pages233
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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