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Lack of skills ‘could result in small firms relocating’

There are growing concerns among SMEs that they will lose access to the skills they need from the European Union when Britain leaves the bloc, a new survey has shown.

Brexit could lead to academic ‘brain drain’

Global commercial environment ‘riskier’ in 2017: Aon study

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Paxton’s International appoints two new team members

Paxton’s International appoints two new team members

Paxton's International, the worldwide relocation management company headquartered in the USA, has appointed two new team members – Director of Global Development and Senior International HHG Team Lead.

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Brexit could lead to academic ‘brain drain’

The UK will face an exodus of academics originating from the European Union unless they are given assurances over their post-Brexit futures in the country, a committee of MPs has warned.

Immigration News

Relocate magazine summer issue awards special

Relocate magazine Summer 2017 – awards special

Capitalise on the success of this year’s Relocate Awards by advertising in the summer issue of Relocate magazine (out June), with winners' case studies and topical editorial features.
Netherlands: Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive

Netherlands: Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive

Concerns relating to the Dutch implementation of certain aspects of the Intra Corporate Transfer (ICT) Directive have caused Permits Foundation to push for – and receive – clarification from the government.
One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

One hundred days: charting the path of the Trump presidency

The Worldwide ERC follow the activity of the US administration and government and provide insights on the key areas of focus and the impact on global mobility in their ‘Government Affairs Community Update’.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

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Global commercial environment ‘riskier’ in 2017: Aon study

Trends in economics, demographics and geopolitics, and rapid technology advances, are transforming risks for global businesses, adding new urgency and complexity to old challenges, according to the '2017 Global Risk Management Survey'.

Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features

Relocate magazine summer issue awards special

Relocate magazine Summer 2017 – awards special

Capitalise on the success of this year’s Relocate Awards by advertising in the summer issue of Relocate magazine (out June), with winners' case studies and topical editorial features.

David Sapsted Reports

Lack of skills ‘could result in small firms relocating’

There are growing concerns among SMEs that they will lose access to the skills they need from the European Union when Britain leaves the bloc, a new survey has shown.

Brexit could lead to academic ‘brain drain’

The UK will face an exodus of academics originating from the European Union unless they are given assurances over their post-Brexit futures in the country, a committee of MPs has warned.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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