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Exploring the factors influencing the self-initiated expatriates’ motivation for work

Rita, Asma Siddiqua (2021): Exploring the factors influencing the self-initiated expatriates’ motivation for work. Published in: Scholars Journal of Research in Social Science (SJRSS) , Vol. 1, No. 1 (30 August 2021): pp. 5-9.

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Abstract

Personnel motivation is a collection of incentives that influence an employee's work activity. In fact, this is a collection of activities taken by the management with the goal of increasing the working capacity of employees, as well as strategies for attracting and retaining competent and skilled experts. Self-initiated expatriates are included in this category of potential staff. This article discusses the factors that influence self-initiated expatriates’ motivation for work. The discussion is based on materials and fieldwork experiences collected in Estonia during my master's thesis. In-depth interviews were used to collect data. Narrative analysis methods were used to build the analytical framework. The fieldwork experience demonstrated how important it is to consider both financial and non-financial factors while working in foreign companies.

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