Relocation Functions Move Online

Mumma, J. Stephen
February 2000
Workforce (10928332);Feb2000, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p86
Reports on the use of the internet for researching, administering and tracking employee relocations. Usage of the internet by relocation assistance firms; Increase in electronic-mail communications and Internet research by company human resources people; Advantage of using the internet.


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