(PRWEB UK) 13 May 2013
On Thursday 9th May 2013, Interdean issued a press release in response to new figures published by the Global Mobility Survey Report, the largest detailed in investigation into employee mobility. The study looked at the probability of employees who work for international companies accepting roles abroad within the same firm and concluded that those based within emerging markets had the highest probability of employee mobility.
Within the response to statistics in paragraph three, Interdean stated: ‘Most recently, the company has opened offices in Mongolia and Zimbabwe and currently helps domestic and commercial relocations to over 20 different expat destinations.’
This information was in fact incorrect and misleading to readers. For this reason Interdean are retracting the article and correcting the error. Additionally, Interdean would like to apologise for the mistake and confirm that Interdean does not, and has never had offices based in Zimbabwe.
Interdean has taken the relevant steps for correcting the original press release and has since amended the article. In spite of this, some third party news organisations may still link to the original incorrect press release and as a result Interdean has published this retraction and correction.
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Interdean has been helping families, expats, backpackers, travellers and students move overseas since 1959. Offering a range of services including international relocation services, moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage solutions.