Using metrics such as the number of business meeting rooms available to hire, number of Michelin recognised restaurants and the cost of a taxi, CompareMyJet has researched 38 OECD countries to discover the 10 best and worst cities in the world for business people looking to impress their clients.
Published: 23 January 2023
Accessing the large international pool of workers can result in higher quality work at a more competitive wage. The perception of overseas hiring is that it becomes a HR headache - but what if there was a way to outsource the legal liabilities that come with managing foreign workers?
Published: 13 July 2022
Henry Morse, Associate Director at Robert Half UK, explains why, thanks to pressure from consumers and governments, the role of the Chief Sustainability Officer is becoming increasingly relevant.
Published: 19 June 2021
Ben Wright, CEO at global expansion solutions provider Velocity Global, explains why South East Asia is a promising location for growing businesses, the challenges they face moving into the region, and how firms can adapt their approach at a time of global economic uncertainty.
Published: 4 February 2021
As a further way of improving UX, many organisations wish to involve assignees in the GM process. Their contributions can be as simple as completing forms for themselves and their dependants to retrieving documents ahead of their posting and throughout assignment.
Published: 31 January 2020
This conundrum becomes more problematic when switching jobs also involves moving abroad. The thought of settling into a different culture is daunting for some, and there are personal questions to consider in terms of family relationships, friendships and so forth.
Published: 10 January 2020
The Brexit campaign of 2016 proclaimed that quitting the European Union would reinforce both the United Kingdom economy and its global relevance. It portrayed the EU as a sort of a giant parasite that consumed enormous national resources that could otherwise be spent directly on British interests - the most notorious, and now debunked example being the British National Health Service. Proponents of the Brexit denounced that the Brussels’ arcane bureaucracy was a major drain on British resources and an impediment to putting the Great back into Britain. Contributor Azevedo Guiherm, Assistant Professor - Audencia Business School.
Published: 8 November 2019
As the UK approaches its proposed exit date from the European Union later this month, businesses around Europe are busy contingency planning for life after Brexit. Whether it’s a hard or soft Brexit or somewhere in between, there are key issues that global mobility (GM) professionals will need to consider, while they await the details of the UK’s future relationship with Europe. CONTRIBUTOR Emanuela Boccagni, Commercial Director EMEA at ECA International
Published: 21 October 2019
Trends around US best practices in the benefits arena are being deployed internationally but not all US practices can, or ... View Article
Published: 10 October 2019
Although Hong Kong remains one of the safest major cities in the world, developing protests throughout the city represent the ... View Article
Published: 9 October 2019