Working Abroad

Opinion, by Pia

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Here are the results of a study of ECA International (management and assignment of Employees around the world) conducted in 2006 in over 270 companies:

• 72 percent of the companies which answered the study said they had offered more long-term missions abroad during the last three years than the previous periods.

• Employers still coordinate a lot of their employees' expatriation in emergency. With the negative consequences that arise after.

• Three-quarters of the companies do not yet take into account the non-technical criterias. For example, few of them arise questions about . . .

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