Today's multinational companies face far more complex mobility issues than compared with the past. Some are even trying to develop policies to accommodate more than 100 nationalities being relocated on a wide variety of assignment types - global, regional, short-term, developmental, and permanent. Deciding on the types of compensation policies to implement, as well as how to communicate and administer them has become a major strategic and logistical challenge for many companies. What may work for the assignment of a few expatriates who originate from one home country may not be appropriate for the organization that begins to assign individuals - in various assignment categories - from several home countries. Expatriate Compensation Strategies explains and distinguishes the main alternative approaches to pay packages.
"Expatriate Compensation Strategies provides an excellent overview of the various alternatives to address compensation issues related to international assignments. It succinctly summarizes a wide array of approaches, and includes practical guidance about the advantages and disadvantages of each. This is a helpful tool for anyone new to the area, as well as experienced managers considering different ways to meet their mobility needs."--John Lucia, Senior Manager, Global Expatriate Programs, Procter & Gamble Company
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