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Auto industry workers

Auto industry looking abroad to solve skills shortage

The success of the UK's booming automotive industry could be undermined by a chronic shortage of skilled workers, an industry report warned on Tuesday.

Expats could determine Brexit vote

Expat exodus from Russia as sanctions bite

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Lampions

Hays' ten talent trends for Singapore in 2016

Recruitment firm Hays highlights mergers and acquisitions activity, retention and wage pressure as key HR themes for 2016 alongside increasing workforce localisation.

How to overcome the complexities of sending assignees to Africa

WEF: Mobility crucial to solving technology-led jobs crisis

Relocate Global Guide to International Education & Schools and Education Forum, 19 February 2016

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

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British vote in EU referendum

Expats could determine Brexit vote

UK embassies around the world have embarked on a campaign this week to get British expatriates to register to vote in the upcoming referendum on whether or not Britain stays in the European Union.
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Immigration News
Rented property, UK

Right to Rent checks

Private landlords are now required to conduct immigration status checks on their tenants and an updated Code of Practice is in force from 1st February 2016 detailing the landlord's obligations.
Russia and Turkey diplomatic relations

Russia suspends visa-free entry for Turkish nationals

For over 15 years, Turkish and Russian citizens have enjoyed visa-free travel between the two countries covering short stays, but escalating tensions have resulted in the suspension of these agreements.
Canadian railroad

Pro-Link GLOBAL Immigration Dispatch 19–25 January 2016

Pro-Link GLOBAL reports on the key changes to immigration in Canada, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
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Singapore

The Apartment Service expands its operation in Singapore

The Apartment Service, headquartered in London, and one of the largest and longest established global booking agents of serviced apartments, has announced the new office location of their Singapore branch in the APAC region.
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Auto industry workers

Auto industry looking abroad to solve skills shortage

The success of the UK's booming automotive industry could be undermined by a chronic shortage of skilled workers, an industry report warned on Tuesday.
British vote in EU referendum

Expats could determine Brexit vote

UK embassies around the world have embarked on a campaign this week to get British expatriates to register to vote in the upcoming referendum on whether or not Britain stays in the European Union.
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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