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The specialists: autism in the workforce

Autism made headlines in the worlds of tech and business recently with news of a new pilot scheme put in place by Microsoft to bring more people on the spectrum onto the technology giant's staff.

Three quarters of employees believe collaboration is essential

Megatrends: and how to manage them?

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David Sapsted Reports
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US Federal Reserve keeps zero rate… for now

The US Federal Reserve’s decision to adhere to its zero interest rate policy has produced a guessing game among when – and if – the rate will increase this year.
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UK house prices resume their march upwards

Expectations that UK house prices would start to rise again this year have been borne out by the latest survey from Nationwide, showing an acceleration in annual price growth for the first time since August.
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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Immigration News
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UK immigration and nationality fees 2015/16

The UK government has published the immigration and nationality fees for all applications made from outside and within the UK from 6 April 2015.
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Saudi Arabia: Changes to ‘Saudization’ and NITAQAT calculations

Aimed at both protecting Saudi Arabian citizens in the workforce and providing increased flexibility to Saudi Arabian companies sponsoring foreign employees, the Saudi Ministry of Labour recently announced two amendments.
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Thailand: Amendments to definition of business activities and 90-day registration

The Thai authorities in March announced two changes that will benefit sponsoring companies and their foreign employees.
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Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features
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ASAP announces serviced apartments global standards programme

The first-ever global accreditation programme, developed by the UK’s Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP), is on track to roll out worldwide following an innovative collaboration with US-based Corporate Housing Providers Association (CHPA).
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Latest Corporate Finance News
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Low oil price hits ExxonMobil profits

ExxonMobil has posted its first quarter results, showing a drop of over $4 billion compared to the same period in 2014 thanks to the collapsed oil price.
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US Federal Reserve keeps zero rate… for now

The US Federal Reserve’s decision to adhere to its zero interest rate policy has produced a guessing game among when – and if – the rate will increase this year.
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Shell profits plummet following oil price collapse

Oil giant Shell's profits for the first quarter of 2015 have fallen by more than $4 billion compared to the same period last year thanks to the dramatically decreased oil price.
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