International HRM: Moving Jim to Paris
Dear Mr. Jim Verioti,
I am the head of HR for Sarip International, a consulting firm specializing in hotel and restaurant management. Our firm is opening an office in Paris, and you are a candidate for our international move. I know you must have numerous questions regarding relocation allowance and housing, language and culture training, spousal employment concerns, compensation, incentives and insurance, education for your children, as well as, repatriation. Here is a summarization of your package that will realistically allow you to move with your family to Paris, while keeping the same lifestyle you desire.
Relocation allowance and housing:
The proposal of employee job relocation incentives is a known form of employee benefit, and contains a one-time bonus, monthly allowances, and various forms of assistance and reimbursements (Shepherd).
Employee job relocation requires changing a work setting to a new place where the worker cannot travel from his or her current residence. The employee invariably has to move to a peculiar place, locate a new home, and find schools for adolescents. Such relocation may similarly involve the spouse resigning a current job and starting a new one in a different area. Countless corporations offer job relocation incentives for both existing employees relocated to a new location and new hires (Shepherd).
Additionally, we will offer you another form of employee job relocation incentive, which is paid time off for relocation necessities (Shepherd). This includes finding a home, house shifting, finding another job for your spouse, searching for schools for your children, and time for adjusting to the new surroundings. We will also offer a free vacation as part of the relocation deal.
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