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Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
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Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
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Relocate Awards

Re:locate Awards 2014/15: entry opens Monday 3 November

We are delighted to announce that entry to this year’s Re:locate Awards will open on Monday 3 November, providing the perfect opportunity to showcase your achievements and those of your team.

More tertiary education needed in BRICS countries, say academics

The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) need to prioritise tertiary education in order to meet the demands of increased growth, a group of academics said.

Relocating to Africa

Africa is often perceived as a difficult destination for relocatees, but, with careful planning and preparation, much can be done to ease their transition, says Geremie Sawadogo, senior human resource officer with the World Bank Group in Washington DC.
Immigration

Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
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Compliance, housing and cost control: biggest concerns, but greater focus expected

Global relocation service provider Cartus’ newly published annual study into the toughest challenges for international mobility managers reports that cost control, housing and compliance issues remain the top three concerns.
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