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20 March 2017

Expat duty of care: how to stay compliant

HR managers and global mobility teams know they have a duty of care: but how do they make sure they offer the right level of support to be compliant?

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2 March 2017

What expats want: the 5 kinds of expat support most valued by your international workforce

What can the HR department do to ensure the success of every global assignment? One of the key answers is to understand what expats really want…

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23 February 2017

Relocation partner selection: from RFP to big value

A guide for purchasing managers negotiating the right price for the services required for a successful corporate relocation

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16 February 2017

Avoiding culture shock: 4 tips for coping with a new culture

Preparing to relocate overseas? Here are a few tips to help you avoid culture-shock on arrival in your new host country

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9 February 2017

Not just shipping and trucking: 5 surprising home relocation services

FAIM-certified movers are experts in the safe, timely transportation of household goods. But did you know what else they offer?

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2 February 2017

Returning expats: how to ensure a soft landing

One of the major problems facing global mobility departments is the disillusionment and reverse culture shock suffered on repatriation – often marked by an inability to retain key staff

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FAIM The world's most recognized standard for international movers

FAIM, short for FIDI Accredited International Mover, stands as the world’s most recognized quality label for professional international movers and relocation companies. Highly regarded and revered for its stringent demands and rigorous auditing process, the label ensures that only the most reliable and performing movers can bear the seal. The FAIM label is your assurance for a smooth, safe and comprehensive removal process.