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Adaptability Screening

Adaptability screening should be part of the expatriate screening process, often conducted by a psychologist or psychiatrist that aims to assess the assignees' (and spouse') probable success in handling the foreign transfer, and to alert them to issues (such as the impact on children) the move may involve.

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