Are flexible policies the smart solution?

Shortland, S. 2011. Are flexible policies the smart solution? Re-Locate. Winter 2011/12, pp. 22-24.

TitleAre flexible policies the smart solution?
AuthorsShortland, S.
Abstract

With growing pressure on relocation professionals to find, and implement, ever-tougher cost-control measures in their deployment of international assignees, could the answer lie in greater relocation policy flexibility? Sue Shortland considers the pros and cons.

JournalRe-Locate
Journal citationWinter 2011/12, pp. 22-24
Year2011
PublisherProfile Locations
Web address (URL)http://www.relocatemagazine.com/articles/2574are-flexible-policies-the-smart-solution
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Published online08 Dec 2011

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