Nurturing Diversity in Non-Diverse Locations

Nurturing diversity within the workforce is not just a moral imperative, it also makes economic sense: it allows companies to tap into new talent pools and provide a significant advantage in the global talent war. While companies are making progress on the road to diversity, they face problems when relocating employees to destinations where specific […]

Managing Expatriate Gig Workers

The fast growing gig economy is changing the way companies run their businesses and manage their employees. On paper, the gig economy model – in which workers take on temporary work to perform specific tasks or projects – looks like a win-win for the company and for the employees. From a company perspective, the gig […]

Keeping Pace with Global Talent Mobility

The pace of change in talent mobility and global HR in general keeps accelerating as technological innovation, new generations entering the workforce, and new forms of global mobility are emerging. These ongoing changes bring a mixed bag of heightened employee expectations, hopes of better management practices and business uncertainties, and force HR teams to reassess […]

Adopting Flexibility in Global Mobility

A successful global mobility programme needs to work well for both the assignees and the company. But implementing an effective expatriate policy that is both flexible and defined enough to serve as the foundation for any mobility scenario is a challenge, even for the most evolved global mobility programs. In reality, developing flexible international mobility […]

Older Assignees & Expatriate Workers

The rise of millennials grabs headlines and companies scramble to accommodate the expectations of new generations. However, the fact that the workforce is ageing quickly is an equally important trend. This trend is a global one, not limited to Europe and North America. Workforces in many emerging markets in Asia and Latin America are also […]