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Core-Flex Global Mobility Policies

Core-Flex Global Mobility Policies
Sophie Watkins, February 26, 2019

Core-flex policies

Recently, there has been a lot of discussion and interest around 'core-flex' policies as a popular choice amongst global mobility professionals. Recent statistics from Graebel Companies Inc.’s insideMOBILITY Global Mobility Summit survey, indicated that of the participants that did not already have core-flex policies in place, 27% were planning to implement them soon.

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Global Mobility Trends of 2019

Global Mobility Trends of 2019
Sofie Finemore, January 25, 2019

Top Trends

Global Mobility has become an essential factor in a company’s development and can prove invaluable for both the individual on assignment and the company itself. However, in such a fast-paced industry it is important for a company to adapt to the latest global mobility trends if they wish to thrive. Here are some of the top trend’s companies should be anticipating for 2019...

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Unusual Christmas Traditions to learn when Relocating

Unusual Christmas Traditions to learn when Relocating
Sophie Watkins, December 14, 2018

Here in the UK, Christmas means putting up the tree, hanging up your stockings, and tucking into turkey on Christmas Day. However, this is not the case elsewhere in the world. If you are thinking of relocating to a new country, and spending the festive period overseas, why not take the time to learn some local Christmas traditions? From Goats, to Witches to Fried Chicken, here are some of the more unusual Christmas time traditions from around the globe!

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Data & Technology in Global Mobility

Data & Technology in Global Mobility
Katie Smith, November 2, 2018

Ahead of The Global Mobility Executive Roundtable…

Global Mobility Pressures

Global Mobility is subject to rapid and frequent change. International HR and Global Mobility teams are consistently being asked to reduce costs; as international business presents an increased need for a mobile and diverse workforce, mobility policies become progressively complex. A good way of addressing this is the open sharing of information between individuals and organisations within the sector. Information sharing encourages connection and collaboration between professionals, which can result in important new findings regarding issues and solutions within the field.

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Assignee Experience vs. Assignment Success

Assignee Experience vs. Assignment Success
Sophie Watkins, September 20, 2018

Sending an employee on an International Assignment can be a costly experience for a business in terms of both time and money; particularly long-term assignments which can last for years. Various studies have shown that a significant number of assignments end in failure, but why? A key contributor to either success or disaster is the nature of the assignee experience – good or bad.

There are several ways to ensure that your assignee has a great expat experience…

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Are you considering pre-assignment health screening for expatriates?

Are you considering pre-assignment health screening for expatriates?
Laura Cardy, August 21, 2018

Sending staff on assignment can be very expensive, therefore companies want to ensure they are providing the best chance of assignment success. Unfortunately, international assignments regularly fail due to several common factors including a lack of support, health concerns and culture shock. Focusing on health concerns, companies are establishing ways to combat this problem…One solution could be a pre-assignment health check.

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