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 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.
How did social unrest in 2019 affect ECA's latest Location Ratings scores?
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, we have provided an update in order to help HR teams manage the impact of coronavirus on their operations.
As Harry and Meghan relocate across the Atlantic, Canada once again shines as the most liveable non-European country for European expats.
Hong Kong drops over 50 places and is now 93rd most liveable location for East Asian expats.
Retaining 9th position, Dublin continues to offer excellent quality of life for European expats.
Copenhagen and Bern are the most liveable cities in the world for European expats.
Singapore tops the liveability rankings for Asian expatriates for another year.
Mobile employees and their accompanying families often have to make adjustments to life while on assignment. Here we focus on the calculation of additional remote allowances for exceptional locations.