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As your assignees prepare for pending relocations, they’ll have many arrangements to make. Hopefully those preparations will include learning their new countries’ languages. After all, embracing this opportunity will not only support a smoother transition – it will also provide them with a sense of…
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There is a Chinese proverb that states “Reading 10,000 books is not as good as traveling 10,000 miles.” [读万卷书不如行万里路] It contends that nothing replaces first-hand experience, particularly when it comes to knowing another place. My recent visit to Singapore has convinced me of the truth of this…
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United States multinational corporations are most likely to relocate employees for job assignments to the United Kingdom, Canada, and China, according to a Cartus survey released this month.
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Relocation Can Mean Less Time for Language Training Assignees moving to a new global location frequently face a double-edged sword when it comes to language. They know they need to master the new language, but they simply don’t have the time for the face-to-face, in-person training that would…