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Join the Largest Ever Global Mobility Survey

November 21, 2011

The Global Mobility Survey, commissioned by Interdean Relocation Services, is due to be released in December 2011. Last year’s efforts were a hit, with Interdean pioneering an electronic interactive version of the successful survey, enabling companies to benchmark their organisations’ Mobility Programmes with over 1,000 others. The interactive survey enables HR and Global Mobility...

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Sharron Davies’ Olympic Advice Goes Swimmingly!

November 18, 2011
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A Special Guest Interdean’s UK Sales Director, Barrie Gilmour, was delighted to introduce Sharron Davies MBE as the Headline Guest Speaker at the Forum for Expatriate Management’s Global Mobility Summit on Friday 3rd November 2011. HR and Mobility Professionals from a number of multinational organisations assembled to hear Sharron’s interactive seminar on how organisations...

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Santa Fe brings Hope to China School

November 18, 2011
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The Beginning of Hope for Shandong’s Children Five years ago, Santa Fe, along with its parent company, The East Asiatic Company (EAC) opened a school in China as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. The Santa Fe Hope School was opened in October 2006 in a ceremony which was attended by the CEO...

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Brazil: Local Hires Employment Visas

November 17, 2011
Brazil: Local Hires Employment Visas

One of the two Brazilian ministries that must approve temporary visa extensions for foreign nationals working under local employment contracts has announced it will no longer do so, in favor of requiring these foreign workers to apply for a permanent visa after their initial visa expires. The full impact of this decision will remain...

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Why use Cultural Training?

November 17, 2011
Why use Cultural Training?

Everyone agrees that cultural preparation is crucial to a successful international assignment, but there have been realistic barriers…until now. Today, there’s no excuse for missing that all-important cultural training. It simply can’t be overstated: You will have trouble succeeding in business today if you don’t understand and know how to actively manage cultural diversity. RW3...

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UK unemployment rises yet further

November 16, 2011

Unemployment in the UK rose by 129,000 between July and September, and now stands at 2.62 million. The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that the unemployment rate increased to 8.3% - the highest figure since 1996. In addi...

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Property in France: interest returning to prime residential areas

November 16, 2011

The French property market has weathered the credit crisis relatively well, with overall sales volumes now returning to the boom years of 2003 to 2007, according to the latest data. Prices increased by an average of 7.8% in the second quarter of 20...

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Government to launch consultation on ‘protected conversations’

November 15, 2011

The UK government has launched a consultation on “protected conversations” to assess how to enable employers and workers to discuss difficult situations without fear of legal action. Under the current rules, employers who attempt to discuss perf...

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UK inflation falls to 5%

November 15, 2011

Inflation in the UK - as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) - fell slightly to 5% during October, down from a rate of 5.2% the previous month. Decreases in the price of transport and food helped to push the inflation rate lower.

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Report: qualifications "least important factor in the recruitment process"

November 14, 2011

Employers consider qualifications as the least important factor in the recruitment process, reveals a research conducted by UK learning design company Infinity Learning. When asked to choose between experience, qualifications or potential (regardless o...

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