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The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment
An Employer's Guide to Deploying and Managing Internationally Mobile Staff


About the Book

The management of internationally mobile employees in today's economy often requires greater flexibility than has been found in traditional expatriate programs, and is frequently project-driven rather than being reliant on existing policy and infrastructure. The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment is a guide to deploying staff in short- to medium-term assignments working overseas, managing the integration of overseas staff into a home business unit, and placing staff in permanent employment outside their home country.

 

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Authors / Editors
Jonathan Reuvid is a Consultant Editor to Kogan Page and an experienced international business development manager.

Table of Contents

Introduction  

Jonathan Reuvid

 

Part 1  Developing employment strategy    

 

1.1       Developing your cross-border strategy          

Stephen Asher, Frank Hirth plc

Cultural differences; The rise of the mini-multinationals; Employee secondment; Evaluating your organization’s ability to manage cross-border employees

 

1.2       Secondment issues for the employer 

Stephen Asher, Frank Hirth plc

Suitability of the employee; Preparation of an employee for secondment; Immigration; Evaluating your organization’s ability to manage cross-border employees

 

1.3       Operational challenges           

Stephen Asher, Frank Hirth plc

Management structure; In-house resources; External resources; Organizational structure; Corporate tax issues; Anticipating ...

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