Recent Evidence Concerning Women Expatriates Suggests That
Recent evidence concerning women expatriates suggests that
A)women still are not accepted as equals in most countries.
B)the novelty of their presence increases their credibility among locals.
C)women don't desire international assignments.
D)placement of women expatriates is on the decline.Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation
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