Global Mobility Special
As part of our focus week on global mobility, which runs 18-22 May, we want to know what you think the biggest challenge is when managing a global workforce.
As organisations become more globalised, the need to employ expatriates for global assignments is ever-increasing. In many corporations based wholly or partly in the UK, international assignments play a pivotal role in succession planning and talent development as well as being an effective means of transferring knowledge, expertise and even corporate culture around the world.
Our special edition runs for the whole week and takes a look at the key international HR and expatriated management issues and trends in 2015.
Last week’s poll
A new study from thinkmoney has found that UK offices are a hotbed of romance. While a third of these result in long-term relationships or marriage, workplace romances can also have their destructive side, with consequences ranging from awkward encounters to employees feeling they have to leave the company to avoid their ex.
What do you think? Is love a burden on workplace productivity? Read the story here and vote in our poll below?
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- Infographic: Preventing workplace discrimination - Thursday, October 1, 2015
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- Infographic: The recruiters guide to building your talent brand with content marketing - Wednesday, September 30, 2015
- Infographic: How non-techies can find the right tech talent - Wednesday, September 30, 2015
- Infographic: Time wasting – Highly engaged versus very low engaged staff - Tuesday, September 29, 2015
- Infographic: Appropriate workplace attire - Thursday, September 24, 2015
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