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transfer between countries

 
#1 transfer between countries
10/01/2018 13:23

crayola

hi guys, I'm a mgr at big 4 based in one country and I've successfully passed the first round interview for the same firm but in a completely different continent for a role that was publicly advertised...can anyone shed a light on the approvals needed (if any ?) to facilitate a possible transfer.

thank

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#2 RE: transfer between countries
17/02/2018 18:02

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to crayola (#1)

Most firms I've spoken with about this over the years have been open to supporting inter-office transfers like this. Given how costly it is to replace someone who leaves the company (altogether), the attitude has usually been that it's better to support someone's aspirations and help them move abroad with the company, rather than just lose them from the business altogether. Hope that proves to be your experience too.

Tony

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#3 RE: transfer between countries
19/02/2018 10:54

Frio to crayola (#1)

It sounds like you've not applied internally, but externally?

Not quite sure how that will work, but as Tony says most of the Big 4 are supportive of moves like these. However, it's usually come via internal official channels.

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#4 RE: transfer between countries
01/03/2018 07:00

Adnopsis to crayola (#1)

Relies upon your part, and how pervasive it is at the area to which you'd jump at the chance to exchange.

Illustration #1: If you're a product design whose execution is on favorable terms, it's in reality quite simple to exchange to any of Google's overall building focuses (of which SYD is one). Visa accessibility and accessible headcount are regularly the gating factors.

Case #2: conversely, in case you're an electrical specialist working at one of Google's server farms in the US, you wouldn't have the capacity to exchange to Google's Sydney office (which isn't a server farm), as there likely wouldn't be a part fit for you.

Note: regardless of whether Google will *pay* for your migration is another inquiry, and is affected by whether the change is organization started or worker started.

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