New designation responds to growing complexities of global mobility

CERC education program revamped
By Stephen Cryne
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 09/09/2013

International assignments and relocations have become increasingly complex in recent years, spurred on by the growth in global trade and international regulations. Canadian firms are looking further afield to secure new markets and business opportunities.

This has led to new models of international mobility including commuters, business travellers, short- and long-term assignments, along with the traditional, permanent relocations.