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K2 Corporate Mobility sponsors Expatriate Management Forum 2015

K2 Corporate Mobility has signed up as a platform sponsor for Symposium Events Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum 2015. K2 bring with them a wealth of knowledge on global relocation and deliver simplicity, independence, transparency and individuality in all that they do. Working with a wide variety of clients from FTSE 100 giants to…

Gen Y prioritise personal fulfilment over earning potential

Generation Y, commonly defined as those born in the 1980s and 1990s, consider themselves truly global citizens and are prepared to be mobile to maximise the return from their careers, according to a survey from Hydrogen Group, the global recruitment firm. With the recent recession significantly impacting the global job market, more and more people…

Half of multinationals have no policies in place to deal with pandemics like Ebola

50% of companies currently have no policy in place for dealing with a pandemic according to ECA International, the world’s leading provider of knowledge, information and technology for the management and assignment of employees around the world. Over the last ten years various pandemics have occurred in diverse locations around the globe and the current…

Launch of Talent Mobility Cloud

MOVE Guides have announced the Talent Mobility Cloud, the first ever cloud-based application for the £50 billion global relocation and talent management industry. The Talent Mobility Cloud is a transformational HR technology that brings together companies, vendors and MOVE Advocates to support all types of mobile employees – new hire transitions, employee relocations and assignments. The application comes…

Twice as many people willing to work abroad than five years ago

The fifth Global Professionals on the Move Report from Hydrogen Group, a leading global recruitment company, found that the number of people who are willing to work abroad has more than doubled over the last five years as the global recession has led to a fundamental change in attitude among executives from a broad range of…

Bridging Global Mobility and Talent Management

Demand for global mobility – a variety of programmes which include formal overseas assignments, flexible working arrangements, and ad hoc business travels – is increasing steadily. Firms require mobility to close skills gaps, enhance talent pools, and support their business needs around the world. Employees, on the other hand, see it as an opportunity for…

The ideal international exec is a single female with good networking skills

The “Anatomy of an International Business 2013-14” research by specialist international health insurer Expacare, found that business leaders believe international work is most suited to those in their late twenties to early thirties (53%). The ideal international executive is single, female, has a foreign language and good networking skills. As well as gender and relationship status being…

Expats: have your say in the 2014 Expat Explorer survey

HSBC Expat is calling on all expats to share their experiences of living and working abroad in the seventh annual Expat Explorer survey which officially opened yesterday. Expats from all over the world will have the opportunity to participate in the largest global survey of its kind, voicing their opinions on all aspects of life abroad including:…