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Expanding Global Relocation Challenges Years ago, only HR managers working at Fortune 500 companies were likely to find themselves faced with international mobility issues, because Fortune 500 companies were the primary employers moving people internationally. In today’s genuinely global economy,…
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Keeping up to date with the latest destination trends and how they could impact your global relocation program is an ongoing challenge. If you relocate assignees to Hong Kong, China and Singapore, our latest Market Watches give details on current housing, schooling and immigration issues.…
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Cartus Industry Profiles present snapshots of the different ways in which individual industries approach key issues related to the handling of their relocation programs, based on data compiled for the Cartus 2014 Global Mobility Policy & Practices survey. This profile provides a summary of…
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Immigration can be one of the biggest challenges relocation professionals face when managing a global mobility programme. Our latest Cartus Mobility Insightsprovides an immigration update for international assignees moving to the Netherlands. No Additional Work Permits for Non-EU Workers…