Being paid to relocate your professional and personal life to another part of the world may seem like a dream come true for many, and employers today certainly recognise this.
A study from The Learning and Work Institute suggests skills shortages will cost the UK £120 billion by 2030.
Globally, 44% of expatriate workers cited ‘not knowing what to do’ as a reason for not telling someone about violence or harassment at work compared to 34% of people that work in their native...
On New Year’s Day 2022, Rachel, a former New Yorker, moved all her possessions to a storage unit and started a year-long nomadic trek around the southern United States.
In the context of the upheaval and uncertainty during the last 18 months, it’s more important than ever that companies bring their people together.
Today (10 September) is World Suicide Prevention Day. Being there for people, listening to them and offering support are all vital aspects in supporting mental health. Colleagues may be some of the...
Employers need to be wary of false identity documents following the deadline for EU workers to apply for settled status ending.
Business travellers will be among the first visitors to many countries as borders slowly re-open. They will face a changed landscape, possibly unrecognisable to their previous trips.
A sharp decrease in the inflow of migrant workers could lead to a skills shortage just as the economy begins to recover after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social and psychological threats can have a strong effect on how assignees feel and behave in their host environments