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The global backdrop to relocation is constantly changing, and as it does, companies are confronted with new issues that can challenge their ability to accomplish their goals. What are some of the trends and tripwires that managers and globally mobile employees are facing—and what are some of the…
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When employees and families are considering whether to accept an assignment, the quality and availability of education in the destination location, as well as the level of support provided by the company, often plays a deciding role in whether or not the employee accepts the assignment, or if the…
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There’s a lot of confusion in the marketplace about International Assignment Compensation, and that’s probably not surprising. I’ve been in the industry for 30 years, and as accounting firms have reduced or limited the services they offer audit clients as a result of The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and new…
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In a recent Cartus Policy & Practices survey completed by 172 relocation managers from around the world, 75% of respondents indicated that they were providing international assignment benefits to same-sex partners. Though earlier Cartus surveys confirmed that same-sex benefits typically depend…