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Moving internationally can be a unique opportunity for every member of a family. But when children are involved, it’s wise to communicate early and often concerning the transition. With 61% of organizations reporting “families’ inability to adapt to the host location” as a primary reason for…
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The final phase in international assignments, repatriation is often neglected by mobility managers—a critical misstep, as repatriation is truly the key to ROI for global assignments. Many managers, even with the best of intentions, may tend to underestimate the effects, both on a personal and…
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As the world’s 17th largest economy, Turkey continues to be recognized as a location with the potential for profitable business opportunities. The country is rich in heritage and culture, sharing characteristics of both Europe and Asia. Cartus’ latest Emerging Market Watch on Turkeyoutlines the…
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Much of what used to be standard practice in terms of assignment patterns and support can no longer be taken for granted. One prime example is the emerging trend of the split family, when the assignee and family live apart for some time—or permanently—during an assignment. In our new Insights video,…