Partner & Family Support

Partners’ careers, childcare and education are key concerns for many relocating families. Current demographic trends mean that some must also take into account the welfare of parents, or other elderly relatives, when considering relocation.

Without adequate partner and family support, employees may refuse the move, or the relocation may fail. This section brings together news, features and practical advice on the full range of employee family support topics.

Latest Partner & Family Support News

Grandparents with grandchildren

Family ties stop most Brits from relocating

Almost a third of British workers would refuse to relocate for work because of a desire to stay near members of their family, according to a new survey.

Partner Careers

Grandparents with grandchildren

Family ties stop most Brits from relocating

Almost a third of British workers would refuse to relocate for work because of a desire to stay near members of their family, according to a new survey.
Predicted ageing population will impact UK businesses

Predicted population boom will impact UK businesses

Companies in the UK need to prepare for the implications of an increasingly ageing population, with employees working for longer and caring for elderly relatives.
KIS International School Bangkok, Thailand

Growing up among worlds, how schools support TCK’s

The term ‘Third Culture Kid’ (TCK) is being increasingly used in International Education. How can schools help students establish a sense of belonging, at home, school and in the wider community?

Childcare

Grandparents with grandchildren

Family ties stop most Brits from relocating

Almost a third of British workers would refuse to relocate for work because of a desire to stay near members of their family, according to a new survey.
ACS primary school teaching

Increasing pressures on young children… and the solution

Lacy Chapman, Head of Lower School at ACS Cobham International School takes a look at the increasing strains on primary school children and examines some of the potential solutions.
Image of parents on pavement

New data on shared parental leave suggests more to be done: CIPD

A year after the introduction of shared parental leave (SPL), new CIPD research concludes employers and government could do much more to encourage take up and support working parents.
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