Safety, Security, and Efficiency: When should you be supporting the costs for a driver for your international assignees?
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[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 07, 2016 @ 11:00 AM / by Jonathan Nyquist
The business traveler may not seem like an expatriate assignment type, but increasingly this assignment profile is entering the ranks companies leverage alongside more traditional assignment types. Business travelers typically make frequent trips to one or multiple worksites for only days or weeks at a time, and they are not typically entitled to (or do not typically need) provisions associated with longer stays such as hardship, home leave, tax equalization, etc.