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As the final stage in the overseas relocation process, repatriation is a critical, yet often forgotten, stage of the assignment cycle. With potentially high attrition rates among repatriated employees, a comprehensive repatriation policy is a vital tool in retaining key talent and maximizing…
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Cartus Industry Profiles present brief but detailed snapshots of the different ways individual industries approach key issues related to the handling of their relocation programs. Based on data gathered in the Cartus 2014 Global Mobility Policy & Practicessurvey, Industry Profiles examine issues…
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Along with the importance of finding the right talent for the right jobs, global relocation managers have one mandate constantly drumming in their ears: cost. According to recent Cartus benchmark research studies, cost is the number one challenge facing global mobility practitioners and their…
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In global relocation, one size definitely does not fit all. Policies are as unique as the companies that provide the benefits, with changing locations and demographics adding layers of complexity to even the most finely tuned programs.