We would like to invite you to take part in a study on repatriation processes. You have been selected to participate in this study, because you have experience with the repatriation process after your international assignment(s). The objective of the study is to gain insight into repatriation experiences and repatriate turnover intention of Dutch and Indian international assignees repatriated from culturally distant countries.This study on repatriation processes is conducted by a research team from Utrecht University Tilburg University, the Netherlands.Benefits of participating in this study:• It provides insight into repatriation experiences, which future repatriates can learn from to enhance their repatriation to their home countries. • It gives suggestions for adequate preparation by international assignees and international organisations prior to the return to the home country to ensure successful repatriation.
We would greatly appreciate if you take some time to fill out this online survey. Since the validity of the results depend on obtaining a high response rate, your participation is crucial to the success of this study. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Please be assured that your responses will be held in the strictest confidence, and you are not asked to identify yourself personally in the survey. The data will in no way be attributable to you individually or the organization you work for. Therefore, we ask you to be as honest and open as you can when answering the questions.
If you have any questions about this study, please contact:Miss Reimara ValkPhD candidateEmail: email@example.comPhone: +31 0634023838
We are very grateful for your participation in this study.
The Research Team:Ms. Reimara Valk, MSc., BA (honours)Prof. Dr. Mandy van der Velde, Utrecht University, The NetherlandsDr. Marloes van Engen, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
This section also asks you to give an overall indication of your repatriation expectations, i.e., please indicate whether your repatriation expectations were undermet, met or overmet.