David G. Tompkins

Covering expatriate employees

Terminating work agreements with employees who have been sent overseas represents a huge investment and responsibility for many employers. It’s been estimated the cost of a failed overseas assignment for a high-level expatriate employee can cost a company as much as $500,000. And expatriate employers bear some responsibility for the wellbeing of their expatriate employees, […]

By David G. Tompkins |January 1, 2010

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