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  • Expatriate Evacuation Amid a Nuclear Crisis

    By Nick Royle · March 31 2011 · Global Mobility Management

    The Wall Street Journal has recently reported that many expatriates have left Japan after a devastating earthquake and tsunami followed by trouble at damaged nuclear power reactors. According to Japan’s police figures, the official death toll is at more than 11,000, but the final death toll is expected to exceed 18,000. Aside from the horrifying…

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  • Moving: Top 10 Tips for Transferees

    By Nick Royle · March 23 2011 · Domestic Relocation

    As we prepare for the busiest time of the year for relocation and moving, following are a few tips to help your relocating transferees prepare for what, according to some, is considered to be one of the most stressful events in their lives, moving. Hire a professional mover. Whether your company provides for transportation services…

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  • Understanding Credit Scores…

    By Nick Royle · March 7 2011 · Finance & Credit

    Over the past several years, due primarily to the economic conditions in the U.S., individuals have struggled to maintain or improve their credit scores, which are critical to their ability to make large purchases, especially homes and automobiles. Unemployment, reduced wages and eliminated bonuses, variable mortgages and increasing costs of consumable products have all added…

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  • Streamlining Recruiting? Use Social!

    By Nick Royle · March 3 2011 · Technology

    Even though unemployment in the U.S. still remains at 9 percent, employers continue to experience challenges in finding skilled talent for specific roles and certain industries. Combine the number of unemployed professionals in the U.S. with a statistic I came across recently advising that two-thirds of employed professionals are now open to or actively seeking…

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