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Persuading the reluctant international assignee

When asked to take an international assignment, some employees jump at the chance, but others do not. This can be for...

 

Planning international assignments on the fly? Try this instead

As the international marketplace grows more complex, global mobility professionals must continuously evaluate and update their international assignment programs, assessing costs,...

 

Repatriation – Retaining Key Talent after the Assignment

Although long term assignments for key talent are less common than they once were – having been replaced by less expensive...

The End of Germany’s “Golden Bridge” – No More Preferred Immigration Treatment for American Expats

Until just a couple of years ago, U.S. citizens wishing to live and work in Germany were viewed as second citizens...

 

Focus on Family Increases Assignment Effectiveness

International assignments are often highly complex, and few are without their challenges. Of these, as numerous studies have shown, family issues are often the most significant, and the primary reason for an assignment’s failure -- or refusal to accept it in the first place.

 

Relocation: Persuading the reluctant assignee

Relocation: Persuading the reluctant assignee -When asked to take an assignment, some employees jump at the chance, but others do not. This can be for any number of reasons, such as family circumstances, reluctance to travel, or the location itself.

 

Letter of Assignment – Don’t Leave Home Without It

International assignments are highly complex — more so than employers and their assignees often realize — and there are numerous factors...

 

A Happy Family is a Key Predictor for a Successful International Assignment

The globalization of business today means more and more companies are relocating employees and staff to foreign countries.  But the actual...

What to know before accepting an international assignment

A career goal has come to fruition: you’re being asked to relocate and go on your first international assignment! You know...