Google-owned Motorola Mobility plans to cut jobs below the 2,500 mark and expects its headcount to drop to 2,256.Read More
The 3,000 jobs figure could grow, as Motorola Mobility expects to consolidate other offices into the new downtown space and add more if it is successful in releasing new products in the fast-changing market for cellphones and other wireless devices.
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Overseas assignments increased at 64 percent of companies in 2011, compared with 43 percent the previous year, according to a May Global Relocation Trends survey by Brookfield Global Relocation Services. Read More
New trends in relocation are growing out of economic necessity as companies find new ways to move their talent while protecting both the employee and the company from the volatility of the real estate market.
If shareholders approve the move, Mr. Ryan is expected to get a tax bill in the tens of millions.Read More
How is the mortgage crisis affecting corporate relocation policies?
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Companies this past year began hiring replacements for laid-off workers, but the percentage hiring for new jobs took a nosedive.Read More
How do we better manage our expat process? Ideally, we'd like to have some type of case-management tool that enables us to make sure we place the right people in the right overseas assignment. Could you share some pointers on how we can make sure the expat process we use works to the benefit of our company and our expats? Read More