Relocation

Eyeing a bigger future: Should I Stay or should I Go (Back)?

A key part of Malaysia’s Vision 2020 is to encourage skilled expatriates to return home. In the second part of our Malaysian HR Country report, HRM Asia speaks to two Malaysian professionals with different views.
Naadiah Badib - 25 Jul 2016
As the proportion of millenial employees continues to increase, how can HR best cater to their specific needs when it comes to their relocation? HRM finds out.
Sham Majid - 15 Jul 2016
Relocating employees are often determined to ensure their overseas assignment is not only a professional success, but something that also leaves them and their families personally fulfilled. HRM highlights how serviced apartments are equipping themselves to satiate both the business and personal interests of guests.
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 12 May 2016
Employees on shorter overseas stints are often expected to hit the ground running and deliver results. HRM finds out how HR can help them make a seamless transition.
Sham Majid - 05 May 2016
As more businesses take advantage of the growing opportunities in emerging markets, an increasing number of employees are finding themselves undertaking assignments in them. HRM examines what considerations need to be taken when sending staff to emerging markets.
Sham Majid - 08 Dec 2015
International schooling options can be one of the most important issues for relocating families. HRM shares how international schools are working with HR to ensure international staff can have a peace of mind when it comes to their children’s education
Priya de Langen - 24 Aug 2015
Relocating employees is never easy, and HR must consider a range of factors that can affect the process. HRM reveals the hidden costs of relocation and how to avoid them.

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