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23 April 2024 - 24 April 2024 Singapore Singapore Hilton Orchard
08:45 - 17:00

ECA's two-day training course provides a comprehensive insight into both the theory and practical elements of managing international assignments.

21 March 2024 - 21 March 2024 Wellington QT Wellington
08:30 - 10:30

Keep up to date the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies.

19 March 2024 - 19 March 2024 Hotel Kurrajong
08:30 - 10:30

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other Australian government agencies.

Join ECA for an introductory webinar where we delve into the topic of international business trips and short-term assignments. We will explore the challenges they entail and the associated expenses.

Congratulations! You have done your homework, carefully assessing the global mobility management platform options in the market, and you have opted for the one that best suits your requirements. Now it's time to focus on implementation. Here we share some tips on how to make this stage as smooth...

What do we mean by 'international salary spine'? Here we provide a detailed explanation about this alternative remuneration approach that involves paying all mobile employees on the basis of an international salary structure.

After a shorter than usual wait since the postponed 2020 Tokyo Summer Games, Paris is set to host the Olympics and Paralympics later this year. Estimates vary, but the number of visitors to Paris is set to cross at least 10 million between July and September. Global mobility teams need to...

Zimbabwe and Iran blow up an otherwise peaceful month for currencies.

From digital nomads to 'workations' and 'bleisure', international remote work takes many forms. Here we share key findings from our newly published International Remote Work Survey looking at international work from anywhere - a relatively new phenomenon, but one set to continue to grow in...

Edinburgh is still the most liveable UK city, with Aberdeen ranked second – ahead of London, which ranked 37th.