It is now well recognised by academic and organisational practitioners that the effective management of job changes and relocations will be among the most important tasks facing Human Resource Managers in the 1990s. To cope with the challenges of the 1990s many organisations will have to retain effective, committed, flexible and mobile managerial workforces. Hence, companies, personnel managers and individual employees can all benefit from a clearer understanding of the personal dynamics and outcomes of job changes and mobility. Also, whilst a number of guides to the legal and financial aspects of relocation are now available, none has systematically addressed the personal problems faced by employees, their families and other dependants. Hence, the focus is upon the personal and familial aspects of these dual transitions. The aim is to provide an understanding of the main issues and themes surrounding job changes and the personal side of relocation and provide detailed guides on “good practice” for employers, personnel managers, employees and their dependants.
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