April 26, 2018

India Relocation—Take our Pulse Survey!

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India Relocation—Take our Pulse Survey!

Posted by: Patrick Lewis, Manager, Marketing Communications

The issues faced by companies relocating employees to, from, and within India are different from other global locations. They are substantial and they are changing as this key market grows.


Please take this short pulse survey of practices among major companies active in India to share the factors that determine how you build mobility policies and benefit levels for India mobility. The survey will only be open through Wednesday, May 2nd so be sure to provide your insights now! The purpose of this pulse survey is to uncover patterns and issues that lead to a better understanding of the dynamics of business in India, and to the further development of best practices to support your efforts in this complex market.

The information and opinions gleaned from this survey will help you gain an understanding of how your colleagues are managing mobility in India. Thank you for participating in this pulse survey!

Once the results have been tabulated and analyzed, we will send you a report of the findings. Qualified participants will receive a free copy of the survey results.

Again, this short survey will only be open through May 2nd, so we thank you in advance for your participation! Please contact us at trustedguidance@cartus.com if you have any questions. For the findings of Cartus’ recent research surveys, check out our Research area in our Resource Hub on Cartus.com.

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