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 (10928332);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...
- 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.
- Expatriates Come Home. Vermond, Kira // CMA Management;Oct2001, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p30
Focuses on the business expatriation of companies in Canada. Reactions of employees on international assignment; Significance of retention and repatriation; Emotional disturbances among employees. INSET: Using the Web to Keep in Touch.