Some multinationals still pay a premium or incentive to the expatriate for taking the foreign assignment (often ranging between 10%-30% of base pay) and they may also receive hardship pay if posted to locations where living conditions are more difficult than in the home country because of which of the following?
There are numerous complications for multinationals that would not be important for a firm that is not multinational when it comes to developing and implementing a compensation system. Which of the following factors must be considered by multinationals?
"Perks" are typically nonmonetary forms of compensation that are given to executives in recognition of their status or performance. Foreign companies often provide a variety of perks to help offset the bite taken by taxes, including which of the following?