DaimlerChrysler Corp. is hoping its newly revised expatriate program will encourage the global exchange of employees between Germany and the U.S. while promoting a unified business culture. The new program, developed through the combined efforts of a German and U.S. benchmarking team, provides extensive relocation services to employees transferring between Stuttgart and Auburn Hills. Following the November merger, few employees were volunteering for overseas transfers, says Kathleen ...
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