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  • Is Hong Kong Enticing Enough for Expatriates?

    By Sharon Leong · January 24 2012 · Global Mobility Management

    On the surface of things, Hong Kong is what any expatriate would want from an international assignment; a high paying job, low taxes, stable economy, good growth opportunities, English speaking working community, safe environment for the family and children….. who could ask for more? Hong Kong, long been the center of commerce for the Asia…

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  • Thoughts on Service Evaluations

    By Barbara Casiere · January 17 2012 · Domestic Relocation

    Measuring performance is critical to the success of any customer service oriented business, and global mobility is no exception. The only way to continuously improve is to identify unfavorable trends early and implement the necessary changes to reverse those trends. In today’s economic environment, an employee’s feeling around how relocation will affect his own personal…

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  • From Russia with Love!

    By Robert Ellis · January 6 2012 · Global Mobility Management

    As more and more companies expand their operations into Eastern Europe, especially into Moscow, it is worth noting a few points that may be of interest to any assignee that is planning on going. Despite the vast wealth of many prominent Muscovites, the average man or woman on the street in Moscow certainly does not…

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  • Why Would an Expat Consider a Move to an Overseas Country?

    By Sue Lai · January 5 2012 · Global Mobility Management

    There are many reasons why an employee would like to take the opportunity to move overseas. Below are some of the popular reasons for making such a “big” decision in life: 1. Taxation When you consider the ongoing increase in taxes in countries such as the UK or USA, it seems the more money you…

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