The U.K. vote to leave the European Union has sent shock waves around the world and taken both the U.K. and the EU into wholly uncharted territory. This leaves global mobility professionals, especially those of you with employees or business in the U.K. and other European countries, wondering what lies ahead.global mobility employee relocation immigration emea global mobility taxes Brexit
Important news alert for those of us in the global mobility world! Yesterday, the European Commission formally approved the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. This agreement covers thorough and enforceable protections for EU citizens’ personal data. You should be aware of what this means practically for you and your company, especially if you have any EU-U.S. employee mobility.global mobility emea global mobility americas global mobility Privacy Shield
Do you have time to pay attention to the news in every region of the world where your business could be affected? Have you thought about how all of these world events could specifically impact your global mobility program?global mobility apac global mobility trends US domestic emea global mobility americas global mobility UK domestic
As the global financial center for many international conglomerate companies, London attracts people from all around the world. Many businesses are constantly sending their employees to the area. With so much relocation activity in one city, there are bound to be some broad-reaching effects.corporate housing employee relocation emea global mobility London
Earlier this week, the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) held their APAC Summit in Hong Kong. The whole day was full of educational content, and the keynote titled Thinking Strategically: How Can Global Mobility Fuel the Talent Cycle? by Norbert Modla, Group Head of HR for JF Hillebrand Group, was a highlight. Lexicon’s Avrom Goldberg, who also presented at the event on our China Global Mobility 360˚ Survey, reported back some of the key insights from Modla’s presentation.FEM summit apac global mobility China emea global mobility talent management
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It can be nearly impossible to stay on top of the many world events that could have an impact on your global mobility program and your relocating employees. Especially if you have assignees in multiple regions, there’s just too much happening to make sure you’re clued in to everything. We’ve created our series, Global Mobility: Top Trends to Watch, to keep you in the loop.global mobility employee relocation apac global mobility trends emea global mobility
The news has been full of stories lately on the topic of immigration, particularly in Europe. One aspect that may deserve a little more attention is the effect that tightened immigration policies could have on international business.global mobility immigration international assignments emea global mobility
South Africa has easily qualified as the top global mobility destination in Africa for many years now. With the best infrastructure, biggest stock exchange and largest middle class in Africa, it’s obvious why South Africa has been at the top for doing international business. Thanks to a number of factors, however, these positives may no longer be enough to make South Africa an ideal destination. Trends in the following areas should be examined before deciding whether South Africa is a good decision for your company’s expansion.
We are proud to announce that Lexicon Relocation has been shortlisted for an Expatriate Management and Mobility Award (EMMA) in the category of Thought Leadership – Survey or Research Study of the Year for both APAC and EMEA. The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) organizes the EMMAs annually to celebrate excellence in global mobility.