Global mobility

Do we need a right to work reality check?

Lengthy right to work checking processes are causing businesses to lose out on key talent. Some may then be tempted to flout the rules

Consumer tech and Millennials forcing global mobility to evolve

Millennials want more flexibility and personalisation from international assignments

The digitalisation of global mobility

Most companies are only moderately ‘digitalised’ in terms of global mobility. However, they have a clear agenda for what to implement next

Manufacturers face skills shortage post-Brexit

Almost half (47%) of UK manufacturers are concerned about their ability to access skills post-Brexit  

Your new international assignee: The cross-border commuter

Increasing numbers are choosing to complete international assignments by commuting rather than relocating. But there are challenges for both employer and employee

A postcard from... Turkey

Our 'postcard from' series keeps your updated on key HR areas in different countries

Brexit affecting hiring decisions

?HR professionals fear that Brexit will negatively affect recruitment, according to LinkedIn research

British searches for EU jobs back to post-referendum levels

The spike following the 2016 referendum subsided but the increases in 2017 and 2018 hint at a more sustained trend

London workers lose out on pay rises because of housing costs

High housing costs are limiting the overall income gains from regional wage variances

Migrant workers needed for both low- and high-skilled roles

Businesses are concerned about – but not prepared for – a tighter labour market according to the Migration Advisory Committee

Gender divide over approach to international assignments

Male expats focus on career development while women pursue adventure and experience

Brexit leaves employers 'uncertain' about recruitment

?Employers are reluctant to hire more workers during economic uncertainty, research has revealed

Global mobility