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AI + Global Mobility

AI + Global Mobility
Mourelle Josiah-Wong, October 8, 2019

What can tip the scales of success or failure for an international assignment does not necessarily depend entirely on the assignee. There’s an overwhelming amount of data and information that needs to be processed, usually by a network of different people specialising in one specific field, all relying on each other to successfully complete their part. Under any circumstances having a chain of people efficiently complete a task will take some time, so what can be done to effectively meet the increasing demands required in Global Mobility?

This is where the exciting part begins, the implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with an inhuman capacity to crunch numbers, unabatedly learn, predict and follow through with global mobility requirements may be set to revolutionise the industry.

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Lump Sum Global Mobility Policies

Lump Sum Global Mobility Policies
Sophie Watkins, September 9, 2019

Introduction

Lump sum policies have been around for a while in the global mobility world and are certainly not the most glamorous sounding option. On the face of it, it sounds like a simple process. The assignee is given a set amount of money by their employer, which is to be used to cover expenses involved in the relocation process.

The amount of money depends on a number of factors, including seniority level of the employee, household size of the relocating employee, and the destination/distance of the relocation. The employee is usually responsible for organising the relocation services required themselves. So far, so simple – but what are the benefits, and pitfalls of this type of policy?

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International Assignments: Opportunities for Women

International Assignments: Opportunities for Women
Katie Smith, July 31, 2019

Early/Mid-2000s

While expatriation is an exciting challenge, it can also bring with it a wealth of challenges – some of which can, unfortunately, be linked with assignee gender. Even as recently as the early/mid-2000s ERC reports dictated that most international assignments at that time were typically completed by older males, moving from Western to Eastern cultures. Comparatively these days, there are more opportunities to travel from East to West in-line with increasing demands for skilled labour in the West.  

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