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What Are Companies’ Top Concerns for Relocating Employees Over the Next Decade?

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Tue Jun 29 2010

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(From BusinessWire) -- A new report from Brookfield Global Relocation Services concludes that the coming decade will be a critical one for companies with international workforces as they grapple with several key issues, including the changing nature of temporary assignments, so-called "cross-border" commuters and emerging markets.

Titled "Employee Mobility in the New Decade," the research report was released today at the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM) annual conference in San Diego.

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During the first quarter of this year, Brookfield Global Relocation Services surveyed senior mobility managers from multinational firms to determine their top concerns over the next five to 10 years.

"Our report is the first of its kind to take a detailed look at what challenges companies will be facing with their international mobility strategies during the next decade," said Scott Sullivan, executive vice president of Brookfield Global Relocation Services. "This report validates research from our 2010 Global Relocation Trends Report, which found that emerging markets such as China, India and Russia, pose huge challenges to both expatriates and human resources executives."

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