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Results based on: Location allowances

It is now common for mobility managers with international staff in Beijing and elsewhere in northern China to field complaints about air pollution. As part of our location allowance research at ECA we evaluate the issue, looking at causes, levels, frequency, scale and scope of impact.

ECA's Location Ratings Analyst, Dan Flear, discusses the impact events of the past year have had on our Location Ratings scores.

Singapore retains top ranking in global liveability index for Asian expatriates, with Hong Kong rising by five places.

Air pollution amongst the biggest factors affecting Asia's cities

Lion City’s ranking unfazed by high levels of haze in 2015 

As ECA's latest Location Ratings are published, Neil Ashman, Senior Location Ratings Analyst, looks at how global events can affect the results.

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ECA發表最新外派員工津貼計算系統  公布偏遠及特殊地區駐外員工的建議津貼

ECA International, the world's leading provider of knowledge, information and technology for the management and assignment of employees around the world, has developed a Remote Allowance Calculator to help companies rationalise the calculation of special allowances for staff working in remote...

Plus ECA launches new allowance calculation system for expatriates in remote and exceptional locations