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August 17, 2009

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Jennifer---Just another People Mgr

I think that you can still have international experience without moving out of the country! If the company you work for has business outside of the US and you help support that business or division on a regular basis. Doesn't that give you international experience??

For example: if you are VP of People and your company decides to expand oversees and you assist with the onboarding of those employees and you are involved with every aspect of human resources and supporting those people, doesn't that give you international experience?? You would still have to know all the international laws and have to know the specifics regarding hiring local nationals in that particular country, right??

Maybe not but I think that would give you the international experience without traveling abroad.

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