Managing relocation

Susan M. Shortland

Relocation is a fact of business life today. For many good business reasons organisations move to new areas and ask their employees to relocate with them. Also during staff training and the handling of subsidiary operations companies may require individuals to work in another part of the country, or even abroad. Managing Relocation, the first complete account of employee relocation, provides a practical approach to the questions and problems that arise during any relocation exercise. What financial and other assistance should organisations offer their employees? How can the pitfalls of employment law be avoided? Is special action required when staff are asked to work overseas? What are the tax consequences of relocation in the UK and abroad? Here is a book for all organisations which relocate staff regularly and for newcomers to the subject. Susan Shortland has written an invaluable guide for all those involved in moving people - from personnel and industrial relations managers to professional specialists in relocation and removals.

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  • List of Tables - Acknowledgements - Introduction - Employee Attitudes to Relocation - The Relocation of Companies - Relocation Allowances - Relocation and the Law - International Relocation - Relocation and Tax - Specialist Relocation Companies - Removals - APPENDICES - Company Relocation Policies - The Relocation Company Contract - Specialist Relocation Companies - Sources of Advice - Regional Aid - Bibliography - Index

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書名 Managing relocation
著作者等 Shortland, Susan M.
シリーズ名 Industrial relations in practice
出版元 Macmillan
刊行年月 1987
ページ数 xii, 222 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 033339674X
NCID BA01040445
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス