Planning is key to successful expatriation
- Relocating overseas: Some points to consider. // Supervision;Feb92, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p3
Focuses on problems caused by the rapid growth of expatriates relocating in a variety of foreign environment. Significant changes brought by relocations; Expatriates' personal banking needs; United States-based financial services for expatriates; Ten questions to consider when selecting an...
- Making the move from west to east. Edkins, Mike // People Management;06/29/95, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p34
Provides information on selecting and managing expatriates employees. Why companies preferred to manage their local operation with expatriate staff; Cities in Central and Eastern Europe with the most expatriates; Key considerations in selecting expatriates. INSETS: Expats steer joint venture,...
- Technology Is Changing Expatriate Training. Greengard, Samuel // Workforce (10928332);Dec99, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p106
Shows how technology is changing the way organizations educate and train expatriates. Why sending employees abroad is a risky proposition; Why many major companies take expatriate training and protection seriously; Lost opportunity costs associated with a failed assignment.
- Mission possible: Protecting employees abroad. Greengard, Samuel // Workforce;Aug97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p30
Suggests ways for expatriate and businessmen to have a successful and productive assignments abroad. Evaluating country-specific risks; Creation of information network; Establishing a safe home in abroad; Educating the workforce for productivity. INSETS: 10 ways to keep your expat out of...
- COLA Wars. Fingar, Courtney // Export Today's Global Business;Apr2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p64
Focuses on the adjustment of expatriate employees to the different pricing schemes in a foreign country. Significance of the balance sheet system used by companies; External economic variables that affect goods and services index and differential; Points about cost-of-living allowance that...
- Hit the road Jack (and Jill). Poe, Randall; Courtner, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Sep97, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p7
Reports on the increasing numbers of managers and professionals who are dispatched by some companies to areas outside their home countries. Results of the survey conducted by William M. Merce, Incorporated; Improper training of expatriates.
- Bon Voyage! Lynn, Jacquelyn // Entrepreneur;Feb2001, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p86
Provides tips on business enterprises that plans expatriate programs for its employees. Decide in advance the position of employees sent abroad; Acquire country-specific tax advice before investing; Provide cross-cultural training for the employee and his or her family.
- NO RETURNS. Joinson, Carla // HR Magazine;Nov2002, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p70
Discusses expatriation assignments given to employees and their localization option. Costs of employee expatriation; Advantages of companies that consider localization; Examples of expatriation and localization assignments; Transition procedure of companies for expatriated employees to be...
- The care and feeding of expats. Mervosh, Edward M.; McClenahen, John S. // Industry Week/IW;12/01/97, Vol. 246 Issue 22, p68
Reports on the increasing number of employees sent by companies internationally. Companies that put employees through an outsourced training program; Basic problem with a global assignment according to expatriates; Best practices for handling returning expatriates.