Expatriate Career Development: Self Efficacy, Multicultural Personality, Collective Efficacy, and Individual ExpatriatePperformance
Tobing, Diana Sulianti K.
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This research aims to identify and analyse the factors that are affecting the performance of expatriates. The population in this study were expatriates who worked in Indonesia. The sampling method was snowball sampling. The number of respondents of this study was 453 expatriates who worked in several companies in Indonesia. Questionnaires were distributed using Google Form, while the analytical tool used was path analysis. The results of the analysis showed that self-efficacy, multicultural personality, and collective efficacy directly affect the performance of individual expatriates. Sobel test was used to see the mediating effect collective efficacy on expatriate performance. The results showed that the collective efficacy mediated the effect of self-efficacy on expatriate individual performance and the collective efficacy mediated the effect of multicultural personality too on expatriate individual performance.
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