Edinburgh has jumped eight places in the accommodation cost global rankings, and has reached its highest position in Europe in four years.
One question that global mobility teams have been facing during the current pandemic is whether or not to repatriate staff based overseas. We have addressed some of the key questions to consider when making the decision.
With oil revenues falling fast, the cost of maintaining an overvalued currency has become too much for Nigeria.
The coronavirus pandemic and the oil-price war are already having big impacts on cost of living around the world.
Women are estimated to make up 40% of the workforce globally, but the average proportion of women in the mobile workforce is considerably smaller than this. Ahead of International Women's Day on 8 March, we look at why this is.
Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies
As international school fees continue to rise around the world, it is more important than ever that global mobility managers consider the impact schooling has on an assignment's success.
Coronavirus fears have hit emerging-market currencies, as investors seek safety in developed-world economies, though notably not the United Kingdom.
Organisations looking for assignment management software need to ensure they make the right decision. Here are the 5 key things to consider during the process.
Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other Australian government agencies.