Third Country Nationals (TCNs)

What is Third Country Nationals (TCNs) ?


‘Third Country Nationals’ refers to those employees working outside their home country in such a branch of the company that is neither situated in the employee’s home country nor in the company’s home country.

Third country nationals need to be taken care of more than the home country nationals since they are helping the company by even staying away from their home country. This also had added cost to the company since these employees would require additional financial help as well as moral support.

Hence, all multinational corporations have additional benefits for anyone who is working as a third country national in their organizations. There might also be a different set of policies governing these employees considering their situation.

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