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U.S. companies that relocate their employees face a constantly changing environment. On the one hand, talent management strategies require competitive relocation benefits; on the other hand, cost containment must also be considered. Add in a fluctuating real estate market requiring both home-sale…
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Cartus’ Biggest Challenges survey lists schooling issues as one of the leading challenges for employees relocating abroad. Of particular concern were schooling challenges in Greater China (cited by 48% of respondents), Africa (45%), and the Middle East (44%). Given that the survey sample includes…
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Measles is much in the news in the U.S. these days, and rightly so; it’s a highly contagious viral illness that was thought to have been eliminated in the U.S. in the year 2000, but recently reemerged. In 2014, 23 measles outbreaks were reported, resulting in 644 reported cases. Around the world,…
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Expanding Global Relocation Challenges Years ago, only HR managers working at Fortune 500 companies were likely to find themselves faced with international mobility issues, because Fortune 500 companies were the primary employers moving people internationally. In today’s genuinely global economy,…