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Recruitment dice

Survey highlights exporters' mounting skills concerns

Survey of 2600 firms reveals skills shortage as exporters in both the manurfacturing and service sectors are struggling to find staff with the right skills amid concerns that immigration proposals won't remedy the problem.

UK inflation below target for first time in two years

Businesses quiz government over no-deal confusion

Features

Brexit jigsaw puzzle

On the residence situation of British and EU citizens in the case of a hard Brexit

Britain's official EU exit date is 29 March 2019 and the question of how the Brexit will unfold is still completely open. What would be the consequences for the residence situation in connection with a hard Brexit for British people working in Germany and for EU citizens in the UK?

Why bleisure is a powerful recruitment tool

London Fashion Week 2019

Guide to International Education & Schools 2018-19

David Sapsted Reports

Recruitment dice

Survey highlights exporters' mounting skills concerns

Survey of 2600 firms reveals skills shortage as exporters in both the manurfacturing and service sectors are struggling to find staff with the right skills amid concerns that immigration proposals won't remedy the problem.
Inflation sign

UK inflation below target for first time in two years

The UK inflation rate falls below 2 per cent target to 1.8 per cent helping to ease the cost of living for households and improve consumer confidence in advance of Brexit.

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 Relocate.

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Immigration News

Eu and UK flags

Immigration plan 'to cost businesses £1 billion'

Analysis by Global Future of the UK governments post-Brexit immigration policy shows a £1 billion cost to businesses in increased red tape, barriers to EU27 students and a raft of negative consequences for managing immigration.
Student graduates at King's College Cambridge, UK

UK universities launch "study abroad" campaign

British universities have launched a Support Study Abroad campaign amid fears that, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, UK students will lose the financial backing that currently enables thousands of them to pursue their studies abroad each year.
Shadows on a Union Jack

Javid sets out 'no deal' immigration plan for EU

Home Secretary Sajid Javid outlines UK government's no-deal immigration plan for Swiss and EEA European Union citizens to come to live and work in the UK for up to 3 months without a visa.

Relocate Awards 2018

Relocate Awards 2018 Gala Dinner

Championing creativity and leadership in global mobility

Relocate Award winners took a bow at a fabulous evening in one of London’s finest locations where the excitement, drama, wit and warmth of Shakespeare’s plays was matched by relocation’s finest players.

Festival of Global Mobility Thinking

Relocate Guides to UK, Asia Pacific and International Education & Schools

Our family of education Guides for The UK, Asia Pacific and International make navigating school systems a doddle. Find out how they can help families and the professionals supporting them.
The new Relocate UK education Guide is out now!

New UK education Guide – out now!

Say hello to the 2018 version of our highly popular Relocate Guide to Education & Schools in the UK. Packed with all the latest information, find out how it can benefit you and your relocating employees.
Guide to International Education & Schools 2018 2019

The Guide to International Education & Schools 2018/19 – Out Now!

The third edition of our highly popular Guide to International Education & Schools is available now in both print and digital format – get your copy today!
APAC education guide out now

New APAC education guide - out now

Relocate Global launches its new digital Guide to Education & Schools in Asia Pacific, specially designed for the relocation and global mobility market.

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Student graduates at King's College Cambridge, UK

UK universities launch "study abroad" campaign

British universities have launched a Support Study Abroad campaign amid fears that, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, UK students will lose the financial backing that currently enables thousands of them to pursue their studies abroad each year.

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The Relocate Awards 2018 were held at The Underglobe, underneath Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, on the banks of the Thames in London

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