Pack your bags

Hansen, Fay
August 2007
Workforce Management;8/20/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 14, p18
The article reports on the results of an analysis of managerial compensation conducted by the Hay Group which found that functional and departmental heads including workforce management executives, can double their disposable income by relocating to the world's most buoyant emerging markets. It states that managers can more than double their disposable income by ditching their jobs in the U.S. or Europe and moving to Saudi Arabia or Hong Kong.


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