Be a Global Risk Manager

Krell, Eric
March 2012
HR Magazine;Mar2012, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p81
The article discusses the risks presented in a global market, as professionals travel more often to countries whose tax and immigration laws are destabilizing. Topics discussed include how cutting costs is affecting global business travel, the trend moving away from professional relocation as technology allows for remote business and professionals express no desire to relocate their families, and how human resources (HR) professionals must handle increasingly complex international travel laws.


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