Localizing international compensation decisions

McCain Foods takes advantage of localizer tool to pay its employees on relocation
By Eleana Rodriguez
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 05/29/2015

Managing a global workforce is a complex and significant task for any organization that operates internationally. With cost considerations driving business decisions, compensation is of increasing concern for multinational companies operating in a variety of economic, social and political contexts. 


For employees, the issue of compensation is critical in assessing international work opportunities, especially in determining whether they can maintain the same standard of living for themselves and their families after they move.