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The Future of Global Mobility

August 29th, 2017
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Global mobility is a term which is being frequently used in 2017. This is because more businesses are taking advantage of the benefits of relocating their employees across the globe. The sector is predicted to continue growing, here’s what the future of global mobility holds. In June, the 2017 Relocate awards saw more than 250…

Which Countries Are Most Popular For Relocation?

August 18th, 2017
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Relocating for work is an exciting time. It’s the chance to step outside of your comfort zone, improve your career and immerse yourself in a different lifestyle. Despite this, making the decision to relocate can be difficult. There are lots of factors to consider- from whether you’ll adapt to the culture, to whether the lifestyle…

How Global Mobility Impacts Flexible Working and Wellbeing

August 16th, 2017
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HR departments continue to place emphasis on the importance of flexible working, where employees can change their hours to adapt to their lifestyle, and staff wellbeing. As a result, global mobility professionals have an important role to play to ensure their relocation contracts support flexible working and staff wellbeing. Flexible Working Flexible working not only…

Why A Gap Year Is A Good Idea

August 10th, 2017
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As exams come to an end and summer begins, many students start to think about their next move. Some will be eagerly awaiting their results to find out which university they will be heading to in September and others will be starting their job search. If you don’t know what you want to do now,…

The Duty of Care Behind Global Mobility

August 2nd, 2017
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Being able to conduct business both domestically and globally is increasingly important for growing companies. However, while global mobility can be extremely beneficial it also comes with a series of challenges. In order for international assignments to be successful, both employer and employee must be satisfied with their working conditions. The employer has a responsibility…