1996 relocation survey reveals current trends

Frazee, Valerie
October 1997
Workforce;Oct97 Supplement Global Workforce, Vol. 76, p9
Reports on the results of the 1996 Global Relocation Trends Survey sponsored by Windham International and the National Foreign Trade Council which focuses on expatriate relocation. Includes percentage of newly hired expatriates; Distribution of expatriates by sex; Importance of manager recommendations in the selection process in the majority of firms surveyed.


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