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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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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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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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Expat depression thumb | FIDI blog
23 November 2016

Expat depression: recognition, reasons and remedies

Expat depression is an under-reported phenomenon which can have terrible consequences. Learn how to spot the signs, understand the causes, and act.

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19 October 2016

How debunking the ‘trailing spouse’ myth helps avoid expat failure

How HR departments can prevent early repatriation and increase the ROI of global assignments by providing wider family support.

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