Relocate magazine Autumn 2017 – coming soon!

Don’t miss the autumn conference issue of Relocate magazine (out September), with a special focus on technology, Brexit, and how business is responding to a new style of government in the US.

Relocate magazine autumn conference issue 2017
The Autumn 2017 issue of Relocate, the leading international magazine for HR, relocation professionals and global managers, will include features on a wide range of global mobility hot topics.

Regional Focus – North America

In the run-up to the CERC National Conference in Calgary and Worldwide ERC Global Workforce Symposium in Chicago in September, we'll examine the latest trends against the changing political and economic background. 
  • USA – The impact of the new Trump government on global mobility, with the inside story from HR professionals, leading suppliers, and experts across the mobility sector
  • Canada – The country’s open-for-business approach, new relocation hotspots, and cross-border issues

Serviced apartments

As corporates prepare for Brexit and consider group-move options, we look at serviced apartment solutions. How is the sector responding to the demands of business travellers and employee relocation. Is compliance still top of the agenda for employers? 


Continuing our focus on Brexit path locations, we look at what it takes to relocate to France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, and other European destinations. How do you plan a move, and what are the potential issues?

Family support

Relocation affects not just employees but the whole family – and, as our series of Global Mobility Toolkit factsheets reports, families can make or break mobility.Dr Sue Shortland explains how family support can make a positive difference to both domestic and international relocation outcomes, and discusses the policy implications.


With AI and robotics already influencing workforce planning, we look at the future direction for technology across global mobility. Also under the spotlight, the latest mobility tools and apps designed to support compliance, increase productivity, and support recruitment and talent retention across global markets.


Why businesses must work more closely with mobility and immigration experts when planning international moves. 


As the new academic year begins, and with schools and pupils celebrating exam results – from IB to IGCSEs, GCSEs and A Levels – we look at how to help relocating families select the right curriculum, and ask how employers looking for future talent can benchmark global education systems to grow their organisations in a competitive market.
We also provide practical advice on admissions changes and challenges across relocation hotspots, including the US, the UK and Europe.

Full features list

  • Brexit: The great relocation battle
  • Group moves: Raising engagement in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
  • Rising to the challenge: Inward investment organisations and relocation suppliers
  • Brexit planning: Strategies and approaches to the talent challenge
  • The bigger picture in the USA: Mobility professionals reflect
  • Global mobility and immigration: A perfect storm?
  • Technology in the workplace
  • Programme management and compliance: The backbone of a successful global mobility function?                                       
  • Family support: Policy implications for domestic and international moves
  • Fast forward for serviced apartments?
  • Reassuring employees about their children’s education during a Brexit relocation
  • Assessing global education systems: Guidance for employers and relocating parents
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