NAFTA Companies

Great companies and multinationals, had used to advantage the chance to spread out its businesses, being reduced financially enormous amounts with the use of the electronic commerce, of the exchange and exportation of its employees. In accordance with Freitas (2000), from 90 years the capitalism gains force and marks the world-wide economy with the sprouting of companies and world-wide markets, giving internationalization character to the economy. The creation of economic blocks as the European Union, NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement and of the MERCOSUL, Common Market of the South and the sproutings of diverse emergent economies, had made with that it had fast expansion of the companies and a great amount of foreign investments in the diverse economies spread for the world. In consequence of this, increasing migratory flows between the diverse countries had appeared, making with that new communicative abilities were developed, that make possible the formation and coordination of multicultural teams. The expatriation can be given of form not required by law, for the calls ' ' aventureiros' ' that they go to try the life in another place, for reasons politicians, people in search of work chances, for imposition of the proper profession and still has the ones that illegally fix housings in other countries. The IMPORTANCE OF the RH IN the PROCESS OF TRANSFERENCE OF EXPATRIATED the importance of the interaction of the RH of a company in the sending of its employees is basic for the adaptation of the employees sent. The expatriation indicates the transistion of human resources of an organization for another country with different practical cultural. Toms (2009) detaches main reasons for which the company sends expatriated for international tasks are: 1 – To open new markets; 2 – To facilitate to a fusing or acquisition; 3 – To install new technologies and systems; 4 – To increase the participation of market (market share) or to hinder that they make competitor it; 5 – To develop vision of long stated period business-oriented in foreign countries; 6 – To transfer knowledge to local professionals; 7 – To learn and to generate innovative ideas; 8 – To develop abilities of global leadership the organization will have to provide the expatriated one: – Permanent Accompaniment in all the phases of the expatriation (before, during and after); – To promote activities of career development, linguistic and transcultural formation, logistic support (displacement, lodging, legal services of health, subjects); – To create communication mechanisms that allow to keep contact with the company and native country.