third-country national

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In an international firm, a TCN is a person whose nationality is different from that of the firm, and of the country in which the firm is operating: for example, a UK manager working for an Australian-based subsidiary of a Japanese company. [See host-country national and parent-country national.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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