Relocating globally or going on assignment for a job is one of the most stressful times in an employee's life. This often means having to sell their homes before moving their families to a new country and changing everyday routines.
In our article, "Writing an International Employee Letter of Understanding," we discuss how to properly craft an effective, tactful letter outlining the assignment or transfer.
You will learn how to:
- Craft a letter that is unique to the employee
- Include specific details that will leave little chance of misunderstanding
- Set employee expectations with regard to the relocation: including expenses, moving household goods, housing and settling in assistance and more.