Lee Quane, Mark Harrison and Anna Michielsen explore highlights from our recent Benefits for International Assignments policy survey, looking at latest trends in assignment benefits provision, across the Asia-Pacific region.
Gas prices are going up all over Europe...this and more in our regular inflation round-up.
In the final blog post in our series on international remote working we discuss the overall pros and cons, and the key considerations for organisations when using them.
Nattayaporn Cocconi, Client Solutions Executive, provides an overview of Cost of Living data for international assignments. This session is delivered in Thai.
Our latest infographic shares some of the key highlights from our Benefits for International Assignments Survey.
The Zambian kwacha was the world's strongest currency for the second month in a row. This, plus updates from Lebanon and South Sudan in our monthly round-up of currency and exchange-rates news from around the world.
Driven by lower cost of benefits and a dip in salaries, the overall cost of employing a mid-level expatriate worker in Singapore has dropped by USD 7 284.
The overall cost of employing a mid-level expatriate worker in Hong Kong dropped by USD 5 067 in 2020.
18% of companies use the hybrid approach to try and achieve equity, but what is the hybrid approach and should your company be using it?
Significant gains for Zambia's currency alongside high inflation could mean big upward cost of living adjustments are needed for expatriate staff.