2009) assertion that a key goal for many global firms is to minimise the costs of using expatriates
whilst maximising the intended outcomes of international assignments.
President al-Assad reviewed with the Syrian expatriates
the reform steps which were accomplished and the would be accomplished in the forthcoming stage.
Foreign investments made by Yemeni expatriates
have exceeded $33 billion, according to official Yemeni statistics, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported Thursday.
The average income for expatriates
from European and North American nations is AED180,000, compared with AED113,000 for nationals and AED68,000 for Arabs and AED60,000 for Asian expatriates
110-245, which provides benefits to military personnel and is partially funded by a provision that adopts new rules for taxing individuals who expatriate
The act provides benefits to military personnel, funded in part by new rules for taxing individuals who expatriate
In addition to Michoacan and Zacatecas, the federal government has also implemented a plan to allow expatriates
In terms of locations that provide expatriates
with the greatest chances for success, recruiters selected Western Europe, North America and Southeast Asia.
assignments can be extremely beneficial for developing emerging leaders and for providing solutions for organizations undergoing significant growth or change -- but expatriates
are clearly not a substitute for local talent," van Someren added.
Prior taking the international assignment, expatriates
need to research and learn about the country in which he or she want to go whether it seems to be the right time, the right job and the right location before depart to the host country.
Redha Juma Mohammed Ali Al Saleh, the OCCI's vice-chairman for administration and finance affairs, said: "We definitely need expatriates
Summary: Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil said Sunday that Lebanon would open its doors to expatriates
, especially those looking to restore Lebanese nationality.