August 27, 2014

Cartus’ Saudi Arabia Marketwatch: First in a Series to be Profiled by SHRM

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Cartus’ Saudi Arabia Marketwatch: First in a Series to be Profiled by SHRM

When one of the HR and relocation industry’s leading trade organizations calls and wants to reprint your research, you take that call.

When the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) online news editor, Roy Mauer, contacted Cartus about using not just one, but six of the company’s Marketwatch columns on the SHRM site, we jumped at the chance to help.

Destination knowledge is only part of the expertise provided by the Cartus Supply Chain Management team. Their experience and know-how cover risk management, compliance issues, audits, price benchmarking, and oversight of Cartus’ patented eProcurement system, Acadia.

Mauer was specifically seeking destination information and requested the use of Cartus’ highly detailed and informative column on Saudi Arabia, “Emerging Market Profiles: Living and Working in Saudi Arabia” column. In subsequent months, SHRM will use Cartus columns that profile other emerging-market countries.

The Saudi Arabia column, packed with an insider’s view of living and working locally, takes an in-depth look at that country’s issues with housing, school, transportation, immigration, and culture, to name just a few.

Well-known for its thorough research and annual global relocation trends surveys, includes a Resource Hub with a reference library of thousands of pages of searchable information.

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