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As the global business environment continues to change and evolve, it is common for companies to be involved in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as a means to further expand their organizations. There are many complex elements involved in an M&A, and managing the movement of your key talent is…
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Duty of Care is the responsibility that employers have to ensure the well-being, safety, and security of their employees. This responsibility should always be in place, but is especially necessary, and more pronounced, when relocating employees and their families are on assignment in a new location…
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In my last three blog posts―(The Decision to Relocate, Preparing for a Relocation, and Arriving in a New Country)―I’ve shared my experiences in making the decision to relocate with my family, preparing for a relocation, and arriving in a new country. After relocating to Austin, Texas in January 2016…
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As mobility teams continue to face ever-tightening budgets, what can companies do to make sure that every dollar counts when implementing their relocation programs? It’s a question raised by many of our clients and one I recently addressed in an article, Mobility on a Shoestring in HRM…