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Monthly Archives: January 2014

To Stage or Not to Stage?

We all know time is money.  When it comes to real estate, this couldn’t be truer. While the sales price of a home may not change, obtaining a sale quickly can save a considerable amount of money in the form of carrying costs and even loss on sale if the market is in decline.  One way to give prospective buyers a perception of the depth and functional usage of space is to furnish the home. As such, transferees may request additional monies for staging the home as a part of the home marketing benefit. Should you comply?

What Does Your Payback Agreement Look Like?

Recently, I read an article written by Suzanne Lucas, AKA EvilHRLady, about how employees should handle payback agreements, especially if they find themselves in an unsuitable position and want to leave. While the article contains helpful advice for transferees – namely, read the payback agreement thoroughly before agreeing to relocation – it also points out that payback agreements vary widely. Every company approaches the payback agreement differently and that can be confusing for HR, senior management and transferees alike.

Expatriate Growth Poised to Take Off in Dubai, UAE

HR executives for multi-national companies with a presence in Dubai may want to brace themselves for a dramatic increase in global assignments to the UAE. I have the privilege of being in Dubai now, shortly after the announcement that the UAE won the bid to host the World Exposition in 2020. This town is buzzing with excitement.

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MIKE CANNING
VP, Client Services

RICK CALANNI
VP of Business Development Northeast Region

 

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