2018 Talent Mobility Buzzwords and Current Mobility Practices
A new batch of acronyms and corporate concepts tells us about current global trends, companies’ concerns, and how talent mobility is evolving.
Expatriate Security Matters: The 2018 Munich Security Conference
2018 faces major risks and uncertainties for expatriates, amid tense international politics and numerous regional crises.
Mobility Matters in Davos
The World Economic Forum in Davos focuses on major global trends. Talent mobility is both subject to these trends and a way to meet their challenges.
Are You Doing These 5 Things to Help Gen Z Thrive?
As the generation born in the mid-90s enters the workforce, these five tactics can help employers make the most of their blended generational staff.
Spotlight on China: HR and Remuneration Challenges
Discussion of current HR and remuneration challenges in China, including the relationship among local and expatriate workers and categories between.
New Mercer Report Warns of UK Workforce Peril After Brexit
A new report from Mercer warns of the need for the UK to avoid a future workforce crisis through migration automation and improvements to productivity.
Mobility Outlook for AMEA
Mario Ferraro, leader of Mercer's global mobility practice for Asia, the Middle East, and Africa, offers views on changes in the region anticipated in 2017.
Effects of the US Presidential Election on Global Mobility
Written in December 2016, this article discussed what changes could come for global mobility after the stunning results of the US election and Brexit.
Essential Elements of Domestic Relocation Policies
Firms need help in two areas: the creation of sound policies and establishing appropriate, affordable levels of financial assistance to enable relocation.
Career Opportunities in Mobility
Businesses with a global footprint need professionals who know how to relocate workers efficiently. Is this HR niche right for you?
What Does Brexit Mean for Employee Mobility?
The Brexit vote will mean talent management, immigration, tax, social security, pension and benefits considerations will have to be worked through.
Employee Mobility & Africa
Political instability and unrest are still common in some locations, and although infrastructure is improving, it remains work in progress.