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UK ‘most expensive place to send expats’

Despite the fall in the value of sterling against the dollar since the EU referendum, the UK remains the most expensive country in which to assign expatriates, according to new research.

Property

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AIRINC data sees rents fall, but energy prices rise in UAE

The latest ‘Data Points’ round-up from international mobility data specialist, AIRINC, shows rents continuing to fall in the United Arab Emirates and energy price inflation across the Middle East.

Education

Schools of the future: harnessing disruptive technologies

Will robots replace teachers? Will children learn using virtual-reality headsets? Interviewed by Relocate, Mark Steed, of Jumeirah English Speaking School, Dubai, predicts the future of schooling.
The future of private & international schools in Asia

The future of private and international schools in Asia

Global education experts gathering at the International and Private Schools Education Forum (IPSEF Asia) are giving school owners and investors insights into the future of education in Asia.

What is the Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma?

Mark London, head of marketing at ACS International Schools, explains the elements of the Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma Programme and how it benefits globally mobile students as they prepare for higher education and life beyond.

Supporting Your Employees

Clements Worldwide launches new high-risk coverage

Clements Worldwide offers new ‘Terrorism Liability’ coverage

Clements Worldwide is launching a new combined liability coverage for companies operating in high-risk environments like international schools, aid groups, construction companies and oil and gas firms.
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Women sidelined in global assignments selection: BCG

Following its research debunking the impact of motherhood on career aspirations, management consultants Boston Consulting Group reveal new insights on women and global mobility.
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Three-quarters of cultural training overlooks LGBT issues: survey

A pulse survey carried out by Mercer in the U.S. suggested low levels of cultural training support for mobile assignees who identify as LGBT.
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