By DAVID LEBOFF Recently, I presented to a group that included two payroll specialists from a well-known consulting company. I asked them how many U.S. domestic employees they paid in comparison to expatriate employees. The answer was 25,000 domestic workers versus 300 expatriates. Then I asked what percent of their time those 300 (1%)...
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India is one of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world. In five years, the country’s GDP is expected to increase by 8.3 percent1. Combine these factors with low labor and operating costs, an exploding population, and India’s young, well educated, and rapidly growing workforce, and it’s easy to see why the...
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Juliet Carp responds below to questions frequently asked by assignment managers about when employees can make employment claims in Britain. Victoria Francis and Juliet Carp look at a case about a mother who was refused permission to return from London to Canada with her children and the practical implications for assignment managers…read more When employees...
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Properties across the UK vary in size, age, shape and form and vary from one part of the country to the next. It is not unusual for overseas employees relocating to the UK to have varied expectations of what the typical British home may be like, which is often made confusing due to Hollywood...
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When on a global assignment, understanding the new culture of the foreign country is key to employee success. Cultural dichotomies—divisions resulting from national or regional characteristics that reflect fundamentally different approaches to business or everyday life—can often create obstacles for expatriates. But those differences can also present opportunities to maximize the positive impact of...
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A new report from Cartus Corporation, the leading provider of global relocation services, identifies 44 countries as key emerging markets for conducting business. The report, titled Mobility Challenges in Emerging Markets, is based on survey responses from 116 representatives of multinational corporations of all sizes that move from tens to thousands of employees per...
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Although the London 2012 Olympic Games may seem far off, Relocation Management Company, HCR are encouraging HR teams across the globe to start planning now on how their expats may be impacted. With a whopping 5.3million visitors estimated to descend upon London in July and August, there will be inevitable travel and logistical disruption...
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Managing international payroll, delivering consistent monthly payments and complying with specific tax regulations around the world can be challenging. Successful management typically involves numerous specialized resources within a company in partnership with knowledgeable outsource providers with expertise in international payroll compliance and administration. Two keys to successful international compensation administration are facilitating collaboration among...
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Benchmark Your Organisation’s Mobility Programme to Over 1,000 Others with theGlobal Mobility Trend Survey Report
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