Pay rises set to stick at 2 per cent for most workers, but the tightening labour market is boosting earnings of some key staff and new starters
Category: Global Mobility News
Over half (58 percent) of UK businesses say that hiring and onboarding overseas staff is challenging, according to new research from Elements Global Services.
Dr Daniel Fenton, clinical director at London Doctors Clinic and Vicki Field, their HR director, explain why medical checks are important, what they entail and how to go about ensuring your staff are prepared for the next business trip.
62% of UK residents would be willing to move abroad for work – more than ever before
The most comprehensive study into global talent mobility ever undertaken has crowned London the most desirable city for overseas workers worldwide, beating New York, Berlin and Barcelona.
The United Kingdom is no longer the most expensive country of the top-40 financial hubs for expatriate pay packages.
Since 1925, 1 June has been designated as International Children’s Day. This year The Health Insurance Group is marking this by encouraging employers to consider the health insurance provisions they have in place for the children of overseas workers.
Allianz Care releases results from a client survey around workforce challenges and needs
Fears that Brexit would make hiring STEM staff more difficult confirmed by new data
Geneva is once again the most expensive location in Europe for business travellers according to research by global mobility experts, ECA International (ECA). On average, the total cost of a standard business trip to Geneva is GBP 554 a day, compared to GBP 448 in London.
As AI shapes the Future of Work, employers focus on human skills and employees crave jobs with purpose
Mercer’s new Global Talent Trends Study identifies the top five workforce trends for 2018
Singapore is once again the most liveable city in the world for Asian expatriates. This was one of the conclusions of the latest Location Ratings survey published by global mobility expert, ECA International.
Governments must implement comprehensive structural reform programmes to sustain stronger, greener and more inclusive growth that will extend beyond the current cyclical upswing, according to the OECD’s annual Going for Growth report.
The UK has been ranked as the eighth best country in the world for the ability to attract, retain, train and educate skilled workers, according to the Global Talent Competitiveness Index
While expats in San Francisco and London benefit from fantastic job opportunities, those in Zurich are more likely to see an increase in disposable income