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Alchemy Recruitment have become known as ‘the’ HR and Global Mobility recruitment company. The quality of international Global Mobility and HR job opportunities we can offer and the calibre of candidates and employers we attract are testament to our high quality of service. Through our long established career we have built a reputation based on excellence and a thorough understanding of the Global Mobility sector.
Thanks to the expert knowledge and experience of our Global Mobility consultants, we have created this blog to provide the newest and most essential information about the Global Mobility industry. For anyone already involved in or looking for a career in the Global Mobility industry, we analyse all aspects of Global Mobility, from employment guides to conferences and award, so that you can fulfil your employment potential.
Why become an expat?
Why do people become expatriates? Leaving the relative comfort and familiarity of one’s home country may sound scary for some, but the process can be thrilling for others. There are many motivating factors when deciding to uproot your life and start anew overseas…
What is Reverse Culture Shock?
When going on an international assignment, culture-shock in a new country is a very common, even expected, part of the process. Many employers are aware of this and make provisions for their employees, such as ‘look-see’ trips prior to assignments, and cultural training to help combat feeling out of place in their new home. But what about when the assignment is over? Coming home may be thought of as an easy process, however in reality this is often not the case.
This phenomenon, known as reverse culture shock, is experienced by many assignees who find returning home just as difficult, if not more so, than leaving in the first place. After the initial high of returning to your family, friends and ‘old’ life, various negative emotions can rise to the surface.