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When sending employees on an international assignment, one way in which we are seeing companies achieve flexibility and cost containment is through the use of localization.
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Permanent transfers, defined as a one-way relocation from one country to another for a permanent or indefinite period of time, are being used by companies as a way to offer more flexibility in their relocation programs, while also focusing on cost containment.
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Today, companies are placing emphasis on constructing relocation policies that are more in line with their mobility goals, objectives, and purpose, along with keeping abreast of changing employee profiles and destination locations. Over the past decade, companies have been searching for ways to…
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How do specific industry sectors approach management of their global mobility programs and policies? Cartus Industry Profiles present snapshots of the different ways in which individual industries approach key issues related to the handling of their relocation programs, based on data compiled for…