The leaders of tomorrow believe that exceptional people skills will be the key to business success in a technological age, new research from CEMS – the Global Alliance in Management Education – has found.
Category: Global Mobility News
OECD sees global economy strengthening, but says further policy action needed to catalyse the private sector for stronger and more inclusive growth
As the world prepares to mark International Men’s Day on November 19, global businesses are reporting an increase in the numbers of men who move abroad to support their partner’s career – and are having to battle sexist attitudes.
UK professionals expected to receive just 0.2 per cent real-terms salary increase in 2018, up to fifteen times less than European peers
84 per cent of UK office workers have never had their expense claims challenged or declined
SITU, the global serviced apartment provider, has launched a new service that enables customers to lock in to long-lead prices on overseas serviced apartments, despite the fluctuations in international markets. Introduced to give its clients complete certainty on long-lead prices, the new service enables SITU’s clients, which range from PAs and individuals to FSTE 100 companies, multi-national…
A new study has revealed that the nation experienced a job boom in the last quarter, suggesting that there are plenty of exciting career opportunities out there.
Prices may rise and home deliveries could be slower unless the retail sector retains access to all EU workers after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has warned.
The Health Insurance Group are urging employers to think just as much about caring for employees and their families whilst they are preparing for, and returning from, an overseas assignment, as they do when an employee first relocates for an assignment.
Singapore has again been rated by expats as the best country in the world to live and work, in the new HSBC Expat Explorer survey.
New research into the onboarding process has uncovered an astounding insight into the worst employee experiences from across the globe.
Those working internationally reap the rewards with many workers boosting earnings and career prospects
Research among 250 multinational firms has highlighted increasing concern among employers that international assignments are failing because of assignees’ mental health problems.
ECA International (ECA) has revealed that Zurich is the most expensive city in Europe for expatriates in the latest Cost of Living rankings.
Simpler rules regulating how councils buy goods and services after Brexit could boost local growth and create jobs, the Local Government Association says today.