Relocating business within the U.S. is difficult enough, but when a company needs to relocate talent to another country, things can get even more challenging. According to a recent Atlas Van Lines survey, 27 percent of respondents are expecting their international relocation volumes to increase. Keeping that in mind, here are three tips to help with an international talent relocation process:
Thanks in part to today’s digitally driven business landscape, the possibility of relocating an operational arm or corporate headquarters to a different region is a much greater possibility. For some companies, it makes economical sense to move talent to other parts of the country or globe. Yet, although these moves often have the intention of boosting bottom-line revenue, relocation costs can add up quickly.
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