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Image of a UK airport departure board illustrates an article which discusses the fact that many EU workers are contemplating leaving the UK

Business chiefs voice concerns over EU citizens plan

Many business leaders in Great Britain feel that employer frustration will not be eased by the UK government’s latest EU migration plan, and worry that the UK could lose out on skilled EU workers.

As the Brexit countdown begins, workers eye relocation

'No EU expats in Britain will be forced out,' promises May

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Female port managers get boost from French business school

Female port managers get boost from French business school

Women working in port management have received scholarships from a French business school in response to the growing demand for English-speaking female executives in the maritime and port sectors.

How a currency transfer startup grew into a fintech giant

Global Mobility: operating in the post-Brexit marketplace

Global Mobility Toolkit

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Paris Sciences & Lettres university debuts in world rankings

Paris Sciences & Lettres university debuts in world rankings

Paris Sciences & Lettres (PSL) Research University has entered the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings as the highest French institution, despite the fact that it is only seven years old.

Immigration News

Image of a UK airport departure board illustrates an article which discusses the fact that many EU workers are contemplating leaving the UK

Business chiefs voice concerns over EU citizens plan

Many business leaders in Great Britain feel that employer frustration will not be eased by the UK government’s latest EU migration plan, and worry that the UK could lose out on skilled EU workers.
EU workers plan to leave UK by 2022 illustrated by a photo of an English man carrying umbrella in a storm with UK flag in the background

As the Brexit countdown begins, workers eye relocation

47 per cent of highly-skilled EU workers plan to leave the UK by 2022, according to a Deloitte study. How will this impact the Great Britain?
British flag and feet leaving England post Brexit

May sets out ‘generous’ plan for future of EU expats

Despite the British Prime Minister’s promises to guarantee expat rights post-Brexit, there is concern that the UK proposal won’t match the current, comprehensive EU offer.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

Mercer: expat costs affected by latest currency fluctuations

Mercer: expat costs affected by latest currency fluctuations

Mercer’s annual survey compares the cost of accommodation and items including clothes, entertainment, food and transport in 209 cities worldwide to produce a cost of living ranking for each city.

Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features

New serviced apartments to open in Strasbourg and Nantes

New serviced apartments to open in Strasbourg and Nantes

Two new Citadines apart’hotel serviced apartments, located in Strasbourg and Nantes are scheduled to open in 2019. The two cities are attractive destinations for both business and leisure guests.

David Sapsted Reports

Image of a UK airport departure board illustrates an article which discusses the fact that many EU workers are contemplating leaving the UK

Business chiefs voice concerns over EU citizens plan

Many business leaders in Great Britain feel that employer frustration will not be eased by the UK government’s latest EU migration plan, and worry that the UK could lose out on skilled EU workers.
EU workers plan to leave UK by 2022 illustrated by a photo of an English man carrying umbrella in a storm with UK flag in the background

As the Brexit countdown begins, workers eye relocation

47 per cent of highly-skilled EU workers plan to leave the UK by 2022, according to a Deloitte study. How will this impact the Great Britain?
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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