Expatriate Compensation: A commandment to achieve engagement in your expats


  • Krishna Priya G.M
  • Dr. K. Saravanan


It has been determined that expatriate compensation is a difficult problem to address, and as a result, expats' engagement and their compensation policies do have a direct relationship. On the other hand, empirical research on expatriate pay packages and their drivers has been limited and offers little guidance for compensation-related decisions. In light of this, the study's primary purpose is to assess the expatriate pay packages of Indian expats in light of the stated factors of expatriate compensation. The second purpose is to evaluate the factors that determine the remuneration packages for expatriates. In order to determine this, the researcher gathered information from 54 Indian expats employed overseas. The results indicate that there exists a positive relationship between compensation management and expatriate engagement.