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Even today, helping dual-career couples go abroad is not as common practice as it needs to be. Colleen Reichrath-Smith and Jo Parfitt explain how to improve the assistance you offer to expat spouses.
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Expatica picks out current trends in global mobility as highlighted by leading industry players and research institutions.
A regular day at work ends for Lamon Rutten after a series of meetings with policymakers and bankers. Then, like millions of fathers, he heads home to read a bedtime story to his young son.
An international expert has revealed that fewer than 20 percent of women are given international assignments in business, despite being better equipped to handle the pressures of working abroad.
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Expatica HR Top 5 Industry Survey Awards’ winner highlights how a few focused improvements on the part of employers and governments can make a triple win for families, employers and the countries in which they work.
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European Commission’s proposals on intra-corporate transferees fail to address the needs of working spouses.
Foreign nationals from outside the European Economic Area EEA or Switzerland who are applying to enter or remain in the UK as the spouse, civil...
In the era of omnipresent globalisation, governments and companies will have to eradicate some of the barriers to enable international mobility, global competition and operations.
The economic downturn has had a major effect on the management of dual career international assignments reveals an award winning survey by ORC worldwide.
Researcher Ben van den Anker explains how proper preparation towards the end of expatriate assignments may ease the transition and avoid costly turnover for the organisation.