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Five Myths About Global Executive Layoffs and Job Market


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] In 2010, the median number of weeks jobseekers had been unemployed prior to finding a job in the USA was about 10 weeks according to the  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Before the financial crisis in 2007, that number was … Continue reading

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What To Learn From A Brand That Is Trusted Globally?


Why Paying a coffee at Starbucks 3$ while you could get a good coffee at your local Deli or coffee shop for 99 cts? This is not only the taste, price does not matter because you don’t drink coffee,  it … Continue reading

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How To Lead Highly Effective Third Culture Teams ?


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] A lot of people heard for the first time  about “Third Culture Kids” ( TCKs)  when President Obama was elected.  The TCKs are children  raised in one or more countries which are not  the native countries of  their … Continue reading

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How Is Expatriate ROI Defined In Global Companies ?


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] Because of the financial crisis, the C-suite executives’ salary, benefits and advantages have been on intense scrutiny lately.  For expatriate executives, the costs can be three to four times the costs of local employees. From a HRM point … Continue reading

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