reverse culture shock

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Is the sense of disorientation, loss, and isolation that employees may experience following repatriation. Reverse culture shock, or re-entry shock, can be a significant problem in multinational corporations that send managers on global assignments. It arises from a mismatch between the employee's expectations prior to their repatriation and their actual experiences once they return home.

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