Updated on Monday 1 April 2013
Looking for work in a foreign country can be a really hard task! If the language is not your mother tongue, then it will be even harder to firstly understand the process but you also need to know the traditions and customs for that country. For example, did you know that in the USA its customary to send a "thank you" note or email after you have been interviewed by someone to thank them for their time and let them know you are still interested in the position and would like to progress in the company? Not many foreign people coming into the USA know this - and what better way to get all the information you need than with expert country guides which offer this type of practical help and advice!
We have 5 guides that are free to all students visiting our site and they provide guidance for:
The guides are all written by Expertise in Labour Mobility, a knowledge provider on international work issues. They provide advice and training on working across borders and between cultures. However, ELM is neither a search and selection company nor a relocation expert, they are a true knowledge based research & training institution.