Benchmark Your Organisation’s Mobility Programme to Over 1,000 Others with theGlobal Mobility Trend Survey ReportA survey of 1,037 respondents across 44 countries and a broad range of industry sectors, making it the largest and most robust mobility survey report within the industry to date.Related posts:
The economic turmoil of the past few years, ongoing demographic trends and the continued globalization of business have combined to present unprecedented challenges to corporations seeking skilled workers in Europe and the relocation providers working to meet those corporations’ needs. How are these challenges affecting the way relocation companies do business in Europe? And...
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The U.K. tax authority, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), has published guidance on the meaning of full-time work abroad. This is a very important point because individuals can break U.K. residence, if they leave the U.K. under a contract of full-time employment abroad, without severing links with the U.K. provided the period of...
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In response to concerns about on Disguised Remuneration, HMRC published on 21 February further guidance in the form of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).The FAQs deal with several key issues which were raised during the consultation on the draft legislation. Although they do not answer all of the questions that have been raised, notably, for...
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Recent data from the World Economic Forum* (WEF) shows rapidly ageing populations on a global basis. This increased longevity is due not only to improvements in healthcare and health awareness, but to almost unilateral reductions in replacement birth rates. And for a combination of reasons, including legal, taxation and equity market volatility, we have...
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The employer should consider the usual issues associated with international mobility: social security contributions, income tax, payroll deductions, bank accounts, tax returns, registration requirements, immigration permission, corporation tax, employment laws and collective agreements, whether she should be employed by the Home Country employer or a Host Country entity instead etc, etc.Related posts:
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European cities continue to dominate the top of the ranking.Vienna remains at the top, Baghdad at the bottom, Calgary is first in the new eco-city ranking, London ranks 63, Vienna retains the top spot as the city with the world’s best quality of living, according to the Mercer 2010 Quality of Living Survey. Zurich...
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Cost-containment Emily Tuite, Head of Communications at ECA International, looks at the opportunities for containingthe cost of assignments and highlights the dangers ofbeing too economical. Making expatriate management cost-effective is always on the corporate agenda – but nevermore so when times are hard. Because the essence of many businesses is the expertise of its...
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We all know that expats are expensive and that a significant proportion of assignments fail - but what can be done to manage costs and to maximise the overall return on investment? And in these straitened economic times, we all know that expatriate costs are increasingly under the microscope. Hopefully, this report will provide...
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32 % of FTSE 100 companies have a foreign national as CEO and 67% of FTSE 100 CEOs have been on assignment during their working careers. Among the Fortune 100, 10% of CEOs are foreign nationals and 33% have been on assignment according to a new survey authored by Dr Elisabeth Marx of Heidrick...
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