Working all over the world Results from the first IRS survey of policy and practice on international assignments indicate that many employers are offering comprehensive support packages and generous financial incentives to persuade their - often reluctant - staff to spend time abroad. On the other hand, we also detect a widespread concern to contain the escalating costs of dispatching workers ...
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