The management of internationally mobile employees in today's economy often requires greater flexibility than is usually found in traditional expatriate programmes, and is frequently project-driven rather than being reliant on existing policy and infrastructure. The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment is your guide to deploying staff in short- to medium-term assignments working overseas, either in start-ups or more established operations, managing the integration of overseas staff into a home business unit, and placing staff in permanent employment outside their home country.
This is a practical guide and reference tool that includes comprehensive information on all of the key issues that must be considered during any relocation process, including advice on managing internationally mobile employees, employment and immigration law, financial planning, remuneration and benefits, and relocation issues. With a focus on staff moving to, from and between the UK/Europe and the USA, the book includes profiles on several other key markets around the world, and benefits from online access to over 50 individual country profiles.
Jonathan Reuvid graduated in PPE at Oxford University, worked as an economist for the French national oil company, Total, and then in investment banking before taking up senior line and staff positions in industry including general management of a Fortune 500 multinational covering most Western European countries.
Subsequently, Jonathan Reuvid engaged in joint venture development in China and a parallel career in business book publishing. He is author of or consultant editor for more than 30 Kogan Page titles.