Your mobile employee has just accepted a new international job offer, and with this will come a new language to learn, a new culture to experience and on top of all the “new” they have children who will be attending a new school.
Are you new to the mobility industry? Don’t worry, we know how overwhelming it can be! In an industry as complex as ours, it’s not unusual to feel like you don’t have a great understanding of mobility.
In the era of customized experiences, shifting employee expectations, and an ongoing war for talent, it’s unsurprising that organizations are placing high value on the experience of their mobile population.
2019 is starting with a bang! From the ongoing U.S. Government shutdown, to the uncertainty around the looming Brexit deadline, to the impact on immigration from the global shift towards nationalism/protectionism, there are a number of significant issues within the U.S. and abroad that can potentially affect your mobile workforce.
When it comes to relocation, finding suitable housing can be one of the more stressful aspects for the family. In the U.S. in particular, the housing market is very diverse in terms of availability, cost and style.
As the only relocation management company with its own fully-integrated expat tax practice, we take great pride in our ability to keep clients updated on the latest tax rulings and ramifications, especially as they relate to workforce mobility.