2020 will be the year we moved from global mobility to talent mobility. … More Reward Considerations for Business Crisis #5: Talent Mobility
A recent BBC article on Singapore Cost of Living raises a really good point about the cost of living in Singapore. The point is, it depends on whether you need … More “Most Expensive?” Who cares?
Is your company sending people to work in Africa? Are you hiring locally in Africa? How do you set salaries in Camaroon, Nigeria, Zimbabwe or Angola? Dr. Mark Bussin, Chairman … More Doing business in Africa?
Freelance Total Rewards is pleased to announce a half-day seminar for HR, Rewards/C&B and Mobility leaders on Expatriate Compensation, in Singapore, starting at 1:00 p.m., 1 April, at Royal Plaza … More Afternoon Seminar on Expatriate Compensation, 1 April, Singapore
I’ve been an expatriate, I’ve managed numerous expat assignments, and I’ve led one of Asia’s largest consulting practices for global mobility. So here are my suggested new year’s resolutions for … More Ten New Year’s Resolutions for Expatriates (and those who manage them)
Note: This is part 3 of a series of posts on expatriate allowances. If your company’s expatriate assignments are under cost pressure or the company is trying to “localise”, read … More Are your Expatriate Allowances Right? (part 3)
Are you confident your expatriate allowances are right? Are you sure your allowances are neither too costly, nor insufficient for the needs of your mobile talent? Can you explain and … More Are your Expatriate Allowances Right? (part 1)
With over forty responses from industry-leading companies based–or with major operations–in Asia, the Freelance Total Rewards Survey of Mobility Trends indicates the highest priority related to global mobility in 2013 … More Results are In: What’s Next in Global Talent Mobility
I need your input, please. Next month, I will be presenting the above topic at Key Media’s second annual Talent Moblility Congress, to be held 15-16 May at the Hilton … More What’s Next in Global Talent Mobility?