Employees with Disabilities

Consider post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s not just something a service member endures. Many people have some form of PTSD relating to trauma in their lives. So, be inclusive in your response by thinking of all employees, as well as returning service members. Remember that people are more willing to tell you they have a physical disability but may be reluctant to tell you they have a mental disability.

Develop an outline to educate your management team to recognize returning service members who may be showing signs of PTSD.
Identify the steps that could be taken to help all employees, including the service members transitioning back into the workforce Assignment: Learning Activity: Expatriates and Repatriation
Employment insecurity in the United States caused by layoffs and downsizing is experienced by other countries as well. As an HR leader in a multinational corporation, you could be responsible for both expatriate and repatriate employees in many different countries who are concerned about their careers. You realize that most of your expatriates normally have a greater degree of flexibility, autonomy, and independent decision-making while working abroad than their counterparts in the U.S.

Explain, in one or two paragraphs, how you would address the repatriation of expatriate employees when they may not have a job opportunity, experience difficulty readjusting to the culture, or struggle to learn a new job, after returning to their home country.
Provide an example and the rationale for your proposed approach to repatriation.

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