Addressing cultural issues in the new world of work
As the rise of remote working and virtual assignments presents new challenges that multinational companies need to factor into their diversity efforts, how can you help your international employees thrive in the new world of work?
The expat adjustment cycle: How to minimize culture shock
Culture shock affects most international assignees and their families, but understanding the entire expat adjustment cycle and taking steps to prepare can help speed the transition to a new culture, as well as the return to the native one.
Culture matters on virtual assignments: findings from RW3 CultureWizard’s latest survey
Working virtually across cultures presents significant challenges, according to a recent survey from Mercer's partner for cultural awareness and training.
COVID-19 crisis and talent mobility: diversity and inclusion
Here are six ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the need for companies to step up their diversity and inclusion efforts.
Virtual assignments: cultural and inclusion issues
Cultural differences and biases can be barriers to success for any type of assignment. Let's look at the main issues and methods for overcoming them.
How Cultural Assessments Help ID International Assignment ‘Fit’
Adapting to living and working in a new country is a major factor in the success of an international assignment. Assessing readiness for life abroad can help assignees succeed.
The Business Case for Expat Cultural Preparation
Preparing employees and families to live and work in a new culture is a sound investment in ensuring the success of an international assignment.
Expert Interview Series: Milton Ives from RW3 CultureWizard
Milton Ives is Associate Director at RW3 CultureWizard, the leading intercultural training organization, and has extensive HR experience,
Repatriation: Avoid Reverse Culture Shock
Expatriates and organizations alike tend to overlook the challenges and risks associated with returning from an international assignment. They shouldn't.