March 2022: Relocate Extra


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The latest news and features on global mobility, international talent management, leadership and education.

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Global companies rethink the concept of international assignments
Global companies are mulling over changes to the immigration route into the UK as well as wrestling with the implications of increasing demands for remote working arrangements among international staff.
Action on Visas
Former MP Lemit Öpik reports on the economic statistics, the issues relating to visas and what the Association of Relocation Professionals is doing to turn a potential problem into a plus point for the UK relocation status.
One month of war in Ukraine: influence relocation and immigration processes
March 24, 2022, was exactly a month since everyone in Ukraine woke up from words "Get up! It has started ..." or, even worse, from the sounds of explosions.
Recruiting skills is biggest challenge, says BoE
The extent of the "skills crisis" confronting most sectors of the UK economy has been illustrated by a new survey showing the number of professionals applying for job vacancies dropped by 4% between January-February this year alone.
Global talent is 'answer to skills shortage'
Sectors of the economy from financial services to the tech industry might be bemoaning the lack of skilled applicants to fill ever-increasing job vacancies but the talent shortage is "a myth", according to a leading global mobility specialist.
Topia Study: Remote Work Expectations Driving Resignations, Reshaping War for Talent
94% of employees agree that they should be able to work from anywhere, so long as they get their work done.  Failure to provide that flexibility makes hiring and retention more difficult.
Specialist Skills are in demand, how to attract talent post pandemic
Whilst the pandemic is far from over, here in the UK we are working our way to a more normal life, with all restrictions being lifted and work life being eased back to normality.
International remote working is here to stay
KPMG International has released new insights on international remote-working practice as flexibility and hybrid working options become crucial to talent management and employee experience.
Building future workplace skills, today
The American School of Milan offers an international US-style education for children aged 3-18 from its state-of-the-art campus.  An IB Diploma schools, it is firmly focused on building transferable skills for tomorrow' workplace.
Climate change tops global investors' agenda
Climate change is becoming of fast-growing importance to business decisions being made by many of the world's largest institutional investors, according to a new survey.
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Nurturing resilient workforces: a new guide
The CIPD has published timely new guidance for HR and line managers on supporting employee resilience - an ability to adapt to change and thrive.
PiVT launches partnership with NYC Navigator to support employee social well-being for people on the move
PiVT and NYC Navigator have entered into a strategic partnership to improve social support for relocated employees and their families.
Socialising with those in emotionally demanding jobs will make your's more emotionally demanding too
Socialising with people in work who have emotionally demanding jobs is highly likely to make your job also emotionally demanding through association, according to new research from Durham University Business School.
NY and London stay atop financial rankings
Despite fears that London could lose its standing as a leading financial hub because of Brexit-related relocations to the EU, the City has retained its second place in the latest Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI).
Trade groups applaud UK-Canada FTA talks
Business groups on both sides of the Atlantic have welcomed the launch of negotiations aimed at achieving a comprehensive free trade agreement between the UK and Canada.
Business chiefs unhappy over 'mini-budget'
Leading business leaders in the UK gave a mixed reaction to measures aimed at boosting economic growth and productivity outlined to parliament on Wednesday by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
Business welcomes skills and SME initiatives
Government initiatives to boost skills and the prospects of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), announced in the Spring Statement to parliament, won favour among UK business leaders on Thursday.
UK follows fed in hiking interest rates
The UK's base interest rate was increased by the Bank of England to 0.75 per cent on Thursday in the latest bid to curb fast-growing inflation.
Oxford 'Top UK city to live and work'
Cities in the southern half of England once again dominate this year's rankings of the best places to live and work in the UK.
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