Moving swiftly on from our last case study looking at working remote from Istanbul, we now compare the relativities of people in London and Warsaw seeking sunnier climes in either Madrid or Lisbon.
Following on from last week’s introduction to remote work considerations here we take a look into the numbers behind the romantic notion of packing up to work from another location.
After a difficult past year, the UEFA European Football Championship (the EUROs) 2020 finally kicks off this Friday, one year later than planned, when Italy entertain Turkey in Rome’s 70,000 capacity Stadio Olimpico.
In this 45 minute webinar, we will share insights from our global 2021 Mobility Outlook Survey with a special focus on best market practice within the GCC.
In a recent series of posts Jeff Hawk discussed compensation challenges of sourcing talent, affinity, and purchasing power in "How Does Your Job Offer Stack Up?" Adam Silver followed with a post where he discussed “Attracting Talent,” which focused on one of the challenges that companies face within the U.S.—attracting talent to what are often perceived as “dying” cities. Now, Michael Joyce delves deeper into affinity and the potential impact when it doesn’t exist between a home and host location
Twelve months ago, almost every conversation in the U.K. was dominated by Brexit. News channels, radio shows, and documentaries were fixated on the countdown for the United Kingdom leaving the EU.
The increasing use of cross-border, intra-company transfers to meet global staffing needs is presenting new challenges to compensation professionals. Comparing the pre and post-transfer compensation offering is generally straightforward when the move is domestic, but can become complex when two different countries are involved.
Please join AIRINC and International SOS on 16 October 2019 at the ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo for an informative breakfast briefing and a global mobility discussion.
Brexit makes 2019 an interesting year for the UK as negotiations finally conclude. Most companies have contingency plans, but what additional steps can companies take to plan business decisions against the backdrop (not backstop) of the UK’s future relationship with Europe and the rest of the world?
A move to Saudi Arabia has long been considered challenging for many female expatriates, deterred by the Kingdom’s hard line restriction of women’s rights.