Company on Wheels

Breuer, Nancy L.
December 2000
Workforce (10928332);Dec2000, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p54
Explores how the human resources (HR) departments of several companies handle the firms' business relocation. Factors driving business relocations; Challenge faced by HR professionals in a company relocation; Relocation of Volvo Cars of North America; Move of Lucas Digital Ltd.; Productivity challenges faced by the corporate move of Champps Entertainment Inc., a restaurant company. INSET: Whole-company Relocation.


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