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16 January 2018

Repatriation and how to extend the legacy of a global assignment

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

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5 January 2018

Global mobility trends 2018: our hopes and fears

The key global mobility trends for 2018? Technology, diversity, people, and more. Discover our hopes and fears for the industry moving forward

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15 November 2017

The virtuous circle of global mobility and talent retention

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

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4 October 2017

Avoiding expat failure: 10 tips for successful candidate selection

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

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22 September 2017

5 ways to manage expatriation risk

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

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11 September 2017

3 ways to improve your global mobility procurement processes

Identifying and selecting relocation partners to support your global mobility program can be a complex task – here are 3 ways to improve your processes

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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.