Pulse Survey: China Coronavirus Countermeasure

    Jan 29, 2020 @ 08:15 PM / by Michelle Curran

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    Participate in our Pulse Survey

    Do you have assignees based in China? If yes, what are you planning to do with assignees disrupted by the Coronavirus? Many of our clients are seeing an increase in calls from concerned assignees asking to discuss their situation, including:

    • Specific actions such as working from home, distribution of masks, and additional medical support
    • Emergency/evacuation plans
    • Impact on accompanying family members
    • And more

    As these discussions progress, stakeholders also need to consider the impact of these options on assignment policy.

    Please complete a brief 7 question pulse survey on how your company is addressing the situation. By participating in the survey you will receive premier access to the results. Click below now to participate:

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    *Survey will close next Thursday, February 14, 2020.


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    Topics: Hardship, Hardship scoring, Mobility Policy, Hardship Rankings, Hardship Payments, Hardship Evaluations, Insights and Experience, Hong Kong, Pulse Survey, Coronavirus, COVID-19

    Michelle Curran

    Written by Michelle Curran