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Articles by Sheree Curry

A Reward in the U.S. May Not Be a Reward Overseas

June 29, 2005
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U.S.-based multinationals are improving their incentive programs in Europe. If programs aren’t handled with the local culture in mind, the rewards can backfire.
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Family Turmoil Aside, the Incentives Business has Proved Rewarding for Maritz

June 29, 2005
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Bad blood spans generations at Maritz Inc., but the firm has remained a major player with its programs aimed at helping clients reach their business goals.
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To Win India’s Talent War, Get to Know the Candidates

March 2, 2005
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Given the number of companies outsourcing and offshoring, job growth in India will steadily climb. Cendant Mobility and others offer tips to help hiring decision-makers understand the Indian job candidate’s values.
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To Win India’s Talent War, Get to Know the Candidates

March 2, 2005
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Given the number of companies outsourcing and offshoring, job growth in India will steadily climb. Cendant Mobility and others offer tips to help hiring decision-makers understand the Indian job candidate’s values.
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Long Stints Abroad May Put Foreign Workers’ Status at Risk

March 1, 2005
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Human resources professionals need to educate their nonresident employees on understanding the immigration implications of an overseas assignment.
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Wake-Up Call America’s Losing Its Intellectual Capital

February 1, 2005
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David Heenan, author of a new book on talent leaving the United States, says that there is an “exodus of America’s best and brightest.”
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Long Stints Abroad May Put Foreign Workers’ Status at Risk

February 1, 2005
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Human resources professionals need to educate their nonresident employees on understanding the immigration implications of an overseas assignment.
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The Rise of the Returnees

February 1, 2005
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As companies send many of their operations offshore, they are increasingly asking employees born in other countries--but educated and trained in the United States--to return home to work. For example, some multinational companies are relocating Chinese-born employees to Beijing and beyond as a way to tap into that nation’s emerging markets and to be closer to clients, suppliers and customers.
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