9 January 2019

Corruption in global mobility: a threat to your financial compliance?

Attitudes towards bribery & corruption vary hugely across the world. So how can global mobility departments ensure compliance?

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10 December 2018

Has the gig economy arrived just in time for global mobility?

Reasons why the rise of the gig economy may provide an answer to the downward trend in employees’ willingness to travel

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24 April 2018

GDPR: 4 key tips for global mobility professionals

GDPR will be in effect in May 2018, but what does this mean for global mobility? Enjoy 4 GDPR tips for individual expats and relocation professionals

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14 April 2017

Meet the expats of the future

As global mobility has evolved, so too have the expats themselves and the way they work. Let’s meet the expats of the future…

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Unsafe situation expat safety thumb | FIDI blog
7 December 2016

The expatriate and safety: turning risk into risk management

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?

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New SOLAS regulations | FIDI blog
22 June 2016

Beachcombers, global assignments, and the SOLAS regulations update

An explanation of the changes to the SOLAS (Safety Of Life At Sea) regulations

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