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Cost of Living indices are an invaluable tool for global mobility teams. However, when indices are updated to reflect changes in living costs between two locations, assignees may have questions about the updates.

As short-term assignments become an essential means of moving talent, how should employees be compensated for their living costs during the assignment?

What are location allowances and how and why are they paid? Read on to set location allowances for your globally mobile employees with confidence.

Women are estimated to make up 40% of the workforce globally, but the average proportion of women in the mobile workforce is considerably smaller than this. Ahead of International Women's Day on 8 March, we look at why this is, why it matters, and what companies can do to increase gender...

Tax equalisation allows employees on assignment to effectively pay the same amount of tax they would have if they had remained at home. This figure is known as 'hypotax'.

What have you and your fellow mobility professionals been reading about this year? We take a look back at our most popular blog posts of 2022.

Wage increases are always keenly anticipated by staff, but why are salaries reviewed at all? And do assignee salaries need to be reviewed in a different way to local salaries?

Cost estimates enable better-informed decisions and cost-efficiency in your global mobility programme, providing indispensable insight for different stakeholders across the business. Here we take a look at how cost estimates are used and what components are included in the calculation.

Few mobility teams believe they are successful in achieving sustainability, however there are ways to minimise the impact of global mobility on the environment at each stage of the assignment process.

While the need for GM teams to adopt flexibility into practices is more important than ever, it's crucial to adopt a pragmatic approach to employee requests on remote work and virtual assignments.