Best practices to support your assignees

International assignments are unquestionably one of the quickest routes to building a global talent pool within any organization. Strategically, they are also an excellent way to spread functional skills around the world at a moment’s notice.Best practices to support your assignees

Whether your focus is on long-term assignments, or more project-based, rotational or short-term assignments, they are costly. Research has also shown that the employee and their family’s inability to adjust is consistently rated by companies as one of the top challenges for international assignments.

Written by Joanne Danehl, our Global Intercultural and Language Training Practice Leader, this article provides five tips that will help your assignees and their families adjust to a new location and culture, maximizing your return on investment. Click here to download the article in PDF format.

To read other articles in our “Five tips” series, visit our Insight section.