Move over darling

Greenbury, Linda
December 1996
People Management;12/5/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 24, p36
Looks at how companies can deal with the inevitable dent to the male ego as more female executives are being asked to relocate overseas and more husbands are finding themselves in the role of the `trailing partner.' Effect of dual-career issues to both domestic and international relocations; Ways in which the relocating employee's company can help to secure a job for her partner; Things often felt by `trailing husband,' especially those caring for young children.


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