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Expatriate Compensation [electronic resource] : The Balance Sheet Approach

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781586441210Series: Global HR Management SeriesPublication details: Alexandria, VA : Society for Human Resource Management, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781586443061
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Expatriate Compensation : The Balance Sheet ApproachDDC classification:
  • 658.3/2 658.32
LOC classification:
  • HF5549.5.E45 H468 2012
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Contents:
Cover; About the Author; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; The Balance Sheet System; Salary and Benefits; Goods and Services; Housing; Income Taxes; Reserve; Expatriate Premiums and Incentives; Foreign Service and Mobility Premiums; Hardship Allowances and Danger Pay; Challenges to the Home-Country Balance Sheet Approach; Alternatives to the Home-Country Based Balance Sheet Approach; Summary
Summary: In a concise and straightforward manner, this guide presents the fundamental issues involved in global staffing, particularly in developing a corporate compensation approach for expatriate assignments. This reference strongly emphasizes the critical importance of considering the differences in the cost of goods and services, housing, and income taxes in international assignments as well as in regional transfers within the same country. Managers deciding whether to send an expatriate on assignment will find the total costs?from the various allowances and differentials provided to expatriates to
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Cover; About the Author; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; The Balance Sheet System; Salary and Benefits; Goods and Services; Housing; Income Taxes; Reserve; Expatriate Premiums and Incentives; Foreign Service and Mobility Premiums; Hardship Allowances and Danger Pay; Challenges to the Home-Country Balance Sheet Approach; Alternatives to the Home-Country Based Balance Sheet Approach; Summary

In a concise and straightforward manner, this guide presents the fundamental issues involved in global staffing, particularly in developing a corporate compensation approach for expatriate assignments. This reference strongly emphasizes the critical importance of considering the differences in the cost of goods and services, housing, and income taxes in international assignments as well as in regional transfers within the same country. Managers deciding whether to send an expatriate on assignment will find the total costs?from the various allowances and differentials provided to expatriates to