Practical Mobility Management: What Could Go Wrong?
Here we discuss 8 common misconceptions and issues that can cause problems for mobility programs and make the job of mobility managers more difficult.
Expatriates in Hardship Locations: Dealing with Emergencies
Important things for mobility program managers to bear in mind when dealing with emergencies and hardship locations in general.
US Tax Changes
With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill Act signed into law, the IRS will release withholding guidance in January with plans to implement changes in February.
Nine Mobility Management Resolutions for 2018
Action points for 2018 to help mobility program managers stay on top of the dynamic and strategic field of global talent management.
Turkey and United States: Full Visa Services Resume
Full visa services between the US and Turkey have resumed, after a two-month period of limited processing following the arrest of a US consulate employee.
Sana’a, Yemen: Fighting and Airstrikes
Violence and airstrikes in December left hundreds dead or injured, disrupted access to essential services and utilities, and restricted movement.
Kabul, Afghanistan: Suicide Bombings
Suicide bombings in December led to a deterioration of public security and disruption to traffic and public transportation.
Jerusalem, Israel: Protests over US Recognition as Capital
Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel sparked protests around the Muslim world and deadly clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces.
Video: Sigrid Nauwelaerts of Johnson & Johnson
Sigrid Nauwelaerts comments on Johnson & Johnson's introduction of greater policy flexibility and its initiatives for meeting talent management challenges.
Implementation of VAT across the GCC
Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates will implement a VAT beginning January 2018 with full implementation by January 2019.