NetExpat's recent newsletter highlights AIRINC's Kay Hall and the 2017 Mobility Outlook Survey to support a discussion about workplace diversity, company needs for cost savings, and the impact on international assignees.
"Kay Hall, Vice President EMEA at AIRINC, shares:'Unaccompanied assignments for families have been on the rise for several years, be it a commuter, short term or long term. The choice is sometimes driven by the employee, for practical reasons most often relating to dual careers or family considerations such as schooling.'"
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You can find the full article Are Cost Savings Getting in the Way of Your Diversity and Inclusion Agenda? on page four of the recent newletter.