I was recently reminded about how different our individual baskets will look compared to each other at our EMEA team summit, where we each submitted a photo of the inside of our fridge for others to guess who it belonged to.
Technology was the theme at the Expat Academy event this week, where Michael Joyce and I had the privilege to present.
As we review the ongoing crisis in Lebanon, our data and client engagement teams have paired up to provide information about the markets and details on how organizations are handling the challenges associated with inbound and outbound Lebanon assignments.
To kick-start a new year of Mobility, we asked organizations about their resolutions for 2022, and the responses might surprise you.
After taking my children to school in the mornings, I am in the habit of visiting my local café.
64% of companies participating in our 2021 Mobility Outlook Survey report that cost predictability is a top priority for Mobility teams in 2021. Meanwhile, 48% of companies report that they are looking for more cost containment. With cost focus in the spotlight, is it possible to budget for your cake and eat it too?
86% of respondents to our Remote work and the impact of COVID-19 on mobility survey anticipate that remote-work requests will increase in 2021, but only 34% of these respondents report that they have a remote work policy.
Remote workers, Virtual Assignments, Work-from-Anywhere employees, and Global Nomads are terms which have gained attention in recent years, and with more fervour in the past 6 months.
Martin is a dislocated assignee, working for the German government on sustainable agriculture projects onsite in Addis Ababa. In late March, fearing civil unrest and a medical system unable to cope with COVID-19, he returned to his home in Kent two days before the U.K. lock-down went into effect. Now, three months later, he is preparing for his return to Ethiopia.