Published with the aim of informing migration policy after Brexit, the recommendations set out in the Government’s MAC (Migration Advisory Committee) report, which have been given an initial nod of approval by the cabinet, are essentially giving to the UK economy with one hand and taking away with the other.
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.
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
Business leaders are missing opportunities to drive sustainable performance and are potentially putting their organisations at risk due to flawed decision making.
The recent case of a British woman arrested in Egypt for entering the country with a prescription painkiller that is legal in the UK but not in Egypt, is a stark reminder of the importance of individuals being medically and culturally aware when travelling aboard.
Employees working overseas can have a lonely Christmas, so here are some ways to help them
New research by AXA’s international health insurance specialist has found that expats and their children are finding it difficult to be away from close friends and family.* Two-fifths (40 per cent) of expats and 32 per cent of their children cited that being away from their support network was one of the most difficult aspects of their transition to life abroad – no matter their nationality or where they had relocated to.
Using Steven Gerrard as an example, William Diaz, from Laura Devine Solicitors explains the process of transferring professional athletes to the US.
Taking a look at the key international HR and expatriated management issues and trends in 2015 we collated a series of useful and insightful articles into a special edition.
The nomadic nature of rotational working is less suited to today’s younger workers with different attitudes and expectations from international assignments.
Managing a global workforce in a growing number of developing markets creates common practical and compliance-related issues for human resources of which all practitioners should be aware.
For years the traditional ‘one size fits all’ home country policy for international assignments has been widely used, but are there added benefits to packages in line with compensation practices in the host location?