Global mobility departments have more choices than ever before. But this flexibility also brings along a series of new challenges. Learn how to conquer yours
Looking to deal with your global mobility challenges more effectively? Try to see those challenges from an expat perspective.
Repatriation is a problem for many global mobility departments. But it might be easier to acknowledge that the person coming back is not the one who left
The key global mobility trends for 2018? Technology, diversity, people, and more. Discover our hopes and fears for the industry moving forward
Matching corporate and individual global mobility needs doesn’t have to be a struggle. In fact, many organizations are enjoying the benefits of a virtuous circle
Expat failure is to be avoided at all costs, and a thorough and well-planned selection process is essential to ensure the right candidate selection
Expat failure can be a costly affair for all sides. Keep these 5 expatriation risks in mind when planning your next global assignment to boost your success rate
Identifying and selecting relocation partners to support your global mobility program can be a complex task – here are 3 ways to improve your processes
The impact on global mobility departments of China’s rise in importance for global assignments
Managing global assignments often requires the support of third-party suppliers – but managing them can be a problem in itself.
What can we do to increase the success rate of global assignments? Start with the personal qualities of the candidate…
Technology has not only made the world a smaller place, but a more demanding one too – with far-reaching implications for global mobility
The Brexit vote, followed by political turmoil, has made planning global assignments between the EU and the UK challenging – but how should we deal with the uncertainty?
Although the gender imbalance is being addressed, what can global mobility departments do to encourage equality?
Should suppliers – such as relocation partners – take responsibility for supporting expats during their time abroad?
As global mobility has evolved, so too have the expats themselves and the way they work. Let’s meet the expats of the future…
Many organizations are guilty of short-termism when it comes to global mobility. Are you among them – and why does it happen?
A guide for purchasing managers negotiating the right price for the services required for a successful corporate relocation
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
The best ROI for your international relocation project? Construct a solid plan and choose the right partner for the job. FIDI has created a video presentation that covers all the bases.
A relocation package usually covers the costs of relocating an expat and his or her family to the new host country. But what does it include – and what will be extra?
Companies have both a legal and moral obligation to protect expats from various threats during their time overseas. But what are the risks – and how can you minimize them?
The FAIM certification is known as a hallmark of a reputable moving company; here are five reasons they make financial sense for global assignments
In this guest contribution, Nuss, an Australia-based removal and relocation company, sheds light on some of the 5 most frequently asked questions in international moving.
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