Covid-19 has caused global demand for rental properties to plummet as the impact of the pandemic continues to impede overseas assignments.
Holiday destination currencies have become the latest victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
We have looked at the various responses to the Covid-19 pandemic in Asia, and the lessons that HR and mobility managers can implement within their own plans.
Neil Ashman and Astrid Obradovic explore the relevance of hardship allowances, how to solve common policy issues and the impact global events can have on location allowances.
In this video blog post, we look at the key concerns we've seen from global mobility teams during the current pandemic and the ways in which companies have acted to protect assignees.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, global mobility teams and their assignees may think that location allowances should be increased. However, there are some important questions to consider first.
The coronavirus is having a huge impact on cost of living, but what should you do about COLAs for your expatriate staff?
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.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, we have provided an update in order to help HR teams manage the impact of coronavirus on their operations.
The current coronavirus epidemic is likely to be causing concern to many employees who work in or travel to China, as well as to the HR professionals who manage them. What steps does your organisation need to take?