Expatriate managementNo. Of Articles:8

    Sep-2007
  • Lee Quan
    Key findings from ECA International's 'Trends in Managing Mobility Survey 2007', which compares...
  • Sep-2007
  • CATHY CHANDHOK
    A recent article in Businessweek reports that there are as many as 1,000 foreigners holding sen...
  • June-2007
  • Ashok Mukherjee
    The process of global selection, succession and career planning is becoming critical to the suc...
  • Feb-2006
  • Shailesh Deshpande
    A myriad of aspects have deciding international (particularly expatriate) compensation policy. ...
  • Nov-2005
  • Barrie Zucal
    A look at the long distance relationship between managers and employees on overseas postings, a...
  • Jan-2004
  • Ashok Mukherjee
    The process of global selection, succession and career planning is becoming critical to the suc...
  • Sep-2003
  • Mario Ferraro
    When determining the remuneration for your international assignee, it is critical to understand...
  • Feb-1998
  • HC TEAM
    Global HR strategies are interwoven in the strings of local flavours of the host countries, and...
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