For HR departments managing employees internationally, it’s vital they understand the nuances of what employees working abroad may be facing.
Tags: Global mobility
Why globally mobile workers feel lonely.
Which countries have expats voted for?
What impact will the drop in EU citizens migration numbers have on UK recruitment?
What attracts hospitality workers to their destination of choice?
New research by the CIPD reveals that employers seeking staff are being hit by labour shortages.
What does Theresa May’s Brexit agreement mean for employers?
Employers experience ‘supply shock’ as migrant labour trends go into reverse gear, driven mainly by a fall in non-EU migrants.
What do expat workers gain?
According to a new report, employers shouldn’t neglect the mental health of their expatriate workforce, who can be more at risk from mental health issues.
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.
A significant number of companies are not providing dependants with the same access to health and protection benefits as they do for their employees that work abroad.
UK and European business are united in the face of Brexit: they think it’s bad for Britain and bad for the EU too
A survey which sought to find out what Europeans – and those in the UK – think of Brexit has revealed the biggest points of agreement: that it’s bad for international business and not good for the European Union either.
SMEs and start-ups are facing some serious challenges as they begin to go international far earlier in their development than ever before.
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.