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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.
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A growing number of companies are choosing to send employees on short-term relocation assignments as opposed to long-term or permanent ones. According to Cartus’ Global Mobility Policy & Practices survey, 46% of respondents said short-term assignments were expected to increase, with another 43%…
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The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games (being held from August 5-21) and Paralympic Games (being held from September 7-18) are right around the corner. With more than 10,000 athletes expected, from more than 200 countries, and hundreds of thousands of spectators, it promises to be an exciting time for the…
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European countries have become an increasingly important destination for global companies and their international assignees. Regardless of the home or host destinations, intra-Europe relocations are often approached with similar core benefits. Despite their close proximity, each European country…