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EU Parliament Brexit

Euro parliament chief brands Brexit a ‘lose, lose’

The president of the European Parliament has said Britain’s vote in June to leave the EU is a disaster for both the UK and the EU.

EU to lose millions more jobs than UK if Brexit barriers erected

UK inflation back to zero amid conflicting calls on interest rates

Features

Overview of busy coffee shop and business meetings

Gender pay gap at senior levels due to ‘poor signalling’

The traditional linear pay and career structure is one of the biggest obstacles to gender pay parity, according to research from Cass Business School.

Qualifications and education in Scotland

Qualifications and education in Wales

Relocate magazine Autumn 2016

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Talking Brexit

How will the UK’s exit from the European Union affect global mobility and multinational companies needing to move talent across borders?
Re:US Focus

Mobility USA: in good shape?

As the presidential election approaches and repercussions from the UK’s vote to leave the EU continue, Relocate Global assesses the state of global mobility and domestic relocation in the USA.
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Reality and expectations of the global mobility function

As the global mobility profession specialises increasingly in operational complexities, its desire to work more strategically is being left behind.

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Relocate Global Guide to International Education & Schools

To celebrate the launch of Relocate Global's new Guide to International Education & Schools, we held a Global Education Forum in London on Thursday 19 February. See below to order copies of the Guide.

Relocate Guide to International Education and Schools

International Education Guide out now

The first edition of Relocate Global’s new annual Guide to International Education & Schools is now available. Its unique editorial content, beautiful illustrations and high-quality production make it a first in the global mobility market.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

Relocate Magazine Autumn 2016 Out now

Re:locate magazine Autumn 2016 – out now!

At the start of a busy conference season for the relocation and global mobility sector, the Autumn 2016 edition of Relocate brings readers the best in topical features, news and views.
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Immigration News

Cape Town, South Africa Immigration update

Pro-Link GLOBAL Immigration Dispatch: China, Ireland and South Africa

Discover key changes to immigration regulations in China, Ireland, and South Africa.
UN Summit New York Theresa May Brexit

Bundesbank chief warns UK banks over post-Brexit migration controls

Theresa May highlights the importance of drawing legal distinctions between genuine refugees and economic migrants as head of Bundesbank warns about post-Brexit migration.
Are your employees prepared for their relocation to Africa?

TheMIGroup - Are your employees prepared for their relocation to Africa?

Given the broad cultural, political, language, and religious diversity within Africa, proactively implementing mobility best practices can help mitigate potential issues and ultimately ensure assignment success for both the employee and the corporation.
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Relocate Magazine

Relocate magazine (published March, June, September and November) is the leading independent publication for HR, global managers and relocation professionals.

It covers the full spectrum of international relocation topics, to support those relocating, operating, or setting up operations overseas. Each issue is packed with authoritative, topical features on subjects ranging from international assignment policy and practice to removals, and from education to expat banking, plus coverage of global mobility events. Digital magazines for Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe are also published quarterly. Register now for your free copies.

David Sapsted Reports

EU Parliament Brexit

Euro parliament chief brands Brexit a ‘lose, lose’

The president of the European Parliament has said Britain’s vote in June to leave the EU is a disaster for both the UK and the EU.
EU to lose more jobs than UK following Brexit

EU to lose millions more jobs than UK if Brexit barriers erected

Some 2.2 million more jobs in the European Union are reliant on trade with the UK than the number of British jobs dependent on exports to the EU, according to an analysis by the Civitas think-tank.
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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