prereturn

prereturn

(ˌpriːrɪˈtɜːn)
adj
of the period before return
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While it was inappropriate for this group of young people, we feel that some young people, from countries that are safe and developing, could benefit from prereturn training packages.
Some speak at predeployment and prereturn briefings for military families, lecturing them on what to expect during their soldier's deployment and after their soldier's return.
Given the relevance of training before international assignments (Black & Mendenhall, 1990), prereturn training after international assignments also illustrates a firm's dependability, and thus should enhance organizational commitment.
The general patterns revealed by Table 8 can be summarized as follows: (1) individuals who reenroll in school earn less than their continuously schooled counterparts immediately upon returning to the work force; (2) this wage gap increases if they increase the "waiting time" to the reenrollment; (3) rapid wage growth in the post-return period causes the gap between returners and nonreturners to close over time; and (4) the more prereturn experience the returners have, the more quickly this gap closes.