Yes, the U.S.A. is a foreign destination

Halcrow, Allan
April 1997
Workforce (10928332);Apr97 Supplement Global Workforce, Vol. 76, p6
Editorial. Asserts that moving to the United States from other countries is not easy despite the popular notion that the world is becoming more American. Anecdotal examples cited by the author to prove his point; Advice to human resource professionals who are bringing foreign employees into the United States.


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