Talent Mobility

Mexico – Managing business visitors and stealth employees

Managing a globalized network of employees is quite difficult for many companies. Dealing with Business visitors, permanent residents and stealth employees...

Hong Kong – Immigration Department combats Mainland visitors abusing existing transit arrangement for holders of PRC passports.

To cope with Mainland visitors who had abused the existing transit arrangement for holders of People’s Republic of China ( PRC...

Relocation: Partners in Transition- Important Considerations

Despite economic concerns, corporations remain focused on expanding their global footprint by building business in new markets. Toward this goal, global...

The Devil is in the Details with an International Assignment

A shared goal in the Global Mobility industry is to create a smooth transition from home to host country. The...

MSI Comments on How NOT to Retain Top Talent

Now here’s an interesting take on recruiting and retaining talent: what NOT to do. While there are countless ways for companies...

How to Find Corporate Housing during a Family Relocation – Part 1

A family relocation can be stressful and confusing. Luckily, there are corporate housing solutions available that can help make your move...

Best Technology Practices – Using Videos in Real Estate

Home owners insist on outstanding photos and a very detailed description for their home’s listing, but VIDEOS should also be a...

Global Mobility – Ignore social support systems for your expat employee at your peril

Social Support Systems – Data suggests that between 25-45 percent of all international assignments fail [1], but quantifying failure can be...

United Kingdom – Tuberculosis Testing Expanded

The Home Office has announced that as of 10 March 2014 all residents of Algeria, Belarus, Bhutan, Burma, Iraq, Sri Lanka...