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Hong Kong: Immigration ‘Enhancement Measures’ announced

The Immigration Department of Hong Kong has announced a series of “enhancement measures” to include extended duration of stay for Employment Permits, and extra benefits for top tier entrants.

VIDEO – Simon Mason, of Graebel Relocation, in conversation with Re:locate

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Is the open office the workplace of the future?

Across the globe, profound changes are taking place in the workplace environment, as the trend for open-plan offices continues. This new Special Report from Graebel Relocation examines how workplace design can affect different generations of workers and influence productivity.

Switzerland: Why it's one of the leading destinations for expats

TASIS England launches Innovation Centre in partnership with Samsung

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David Sapsted Reports
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Russia sees an exodus of western expats

Government figures have confirmed an exodus of expatriates from Russia over the past year because of the Ukraine crisis, sanctions and the flagging economy.
Wolfgang Schäuble and Angela Merkel

Challenges remain for new Greek bailout plan

Eurozone finance ministers might have approved a four-month extension and an easing of the bailout terms imposed on Greece, but the plan still has to be approved by national parliaments.
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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Latest Corporate Finance News
Wolfgang Schäuble and Angela Merkel

Challenges remain for new Greek bailout plan

Eurozone finance ministers might have approved a four-month extension and an easing of the bailout terms imposed on Greece, but the plan still has to be approved by national parliaments.
wallet with UK currency

Wages on the up but no ‘boom time’ rises in sight

Wage rises in the UK will outstrip inflation this year for the first time since 2007, according to a new study.
Angela Merkel with German flag

German economy bounces back but France and Italy stay in the doldrums

A resurgent German economy enabled the eurozone’s gross domestic product (GDP) to grow more than expected in the fourth quarter of 2014, official data showed on Friday.
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Immigration News
Chinese junk boat in Hong Kong bay

Hong Kong: Immigration ‘Enhancement Measures’ announced

The Immigration Department of Hong Kong has announced a series of “enhancement measures” to include extended duration of stay for Employment Permits, and extra benefits for top tier entrants.
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Brazil: Vitem-V Work Visa holders to obtain work booklets faster under new rules

Brazilian companies looking to employ foreign talent through the Vitem-V Work Visa (RN #99) route have greatly benefited from a recent regulation change that now allows foreign employees to obtain their CTPS Work Booklets much faster.
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Romania: New minimum salary requirements announced for 2015

Effective from the beginning of 2015, Romania has implemented higher minimum salary requirements for Romanian nationals and foreign workers alike.
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Policy
Business team looking at financial projections

Unlocking the retention power of the end-of-service gratuity

Are corporate retirement savings schemes becoming the secret weapon in the battle for talent?
Business team planning international expansion

Assignment compensation: Issues to consider in expatriate reward

At the Symposium Events Expatriate Management and Global Mobility Forum 2014, presentations from AIRINC, Mercer and Atkins highlighted issues to consider when delivering remuneration to international assignees.
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Tough at the top: Supporting the movers and shakers who are driving the recovery

This is the first of our series looking at how to support VIPs on the move, whether they are CEOs, entrepreneurs, High Net Worth Individuals, financiers or leaders in their particular field.
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