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Reports from our 2018 Alternative International Assignments Survey are available for purchase.
Mercer’s annual Cost of Living ranking of popular expatriate assignment destinations.
The results from our International Business Travelers Survey are in.
Our new whitepaper offers pointers for meeting the increasingly complex challenges of expatriate compensation.
Round out your professional development in 2018 with webcasts and training from Mercer's mobility experts.
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On August 20, 2018, the Central Bank of Venezuela carried out a re-denomination of their local currency, introducing the Bolivar Soberano.
Download this comprehensive guide that outlines all of the necessary components you need to start your employee mobility program.
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Take the next step in furthering your career in global mobility management with this intermediate session.
An annual conclave for mobility and talent professionals to engage with peers and discuss trends.
For HR professionals new to the expatriate management field who quickly need to understand the key concepts and issues.