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Results based on: Expatriate Salary Management Survey

Expat salary and benefits packages in Singapore rose by a modest 4% in 2021 in local currency terms despite the city’s fall to 22nd place in the rankings of the costliest places to employ expatriates globally.

Expat pay and benefits packages in Hong Kong rose by a modest USD 3 800 in 2021, to a total of USD 283 000, a rate of growth which was amongst the lowest of all locations in Asia. 

With inflation on the rise in countries around the world, it is increasingly important that global mobility managers and assignees understand how rising prices impact pay.

Pamela Pang provides an overview of expatriate remuneration approaches, how global practice and Japanese practice differs, and how ECA can help with its Cost of Living, Location Allowance and other data and solutions. This webinar is delivered in Japanese.

We take a look at the common difficulties that arise when moving staff from low- to high-paying countries and consider potential solutions.

Michael Birse, Talia Koch and Michael Witkowski demonstrate the value of benchmarking expatriate remuneration packages and how this approach can help to motivate and retain your assignees this year.

Olivia Franslay and Aaron Pravasta explore the latest developments in expatriate pay in Indonesia, and advise how mobility teams can benchmark their expatriates' salary and benefits packages with our unique MyEMP reports. This session is delivered in Bahasa Indonesia.

With a wide range of index types and customisation options available, we take a look at how global mobility managers can make the most of their cost of living index.

A 20% rent increase cements London’s position within top five most expensive cities in the world, while a 12% increase in rental costs sees New York overtake Geneva to secure second place.

Strong currency ensures Hong Kong keeps its crown for another year.