Think Global People Spring 2022 issue – Out Soon!

Think Global People Spring 2022 issue out soon
Think Global People presents a new perspective on global leadership, talent mobility and education for life. 

In this issue:

Hunt for best talent in FinTech & technology: international assignment rethinkGlobal 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. In March 2022, the UK government published a raft of changes to the Immigration Rules which will benefit and boost growth sectors in the UK which require specialist talent, such as FinTech.Oil and gas: where now for ESG in the energy sector?Last year turned out to be a good one for oil and gas companies, writes David Sapsted. After several years in the doldrums, prices soared and the likes of BP, Exxon Mobil, Shell, Chevron et al were able to weigh in with multi-billion dollar profits. And that, of course, was before the further surge in prices following this year’s Russian invasion of Ukraine. David Sapsted reports.Working from anywhere – the hidden implications of cross-border and remote workingA recent webinar hosted by Santa Fe Relocation set out the advantages and potential disadvantages of employees working in destinations other than their contractual employment location. Dr Sue Shortland reports.International remote working here to stayWhat is the bigger picture for wellbeing, global mobility and the future of work?The four-day weekThe challenge and benefits of nurturing mental and financial wellbeing in global employeesNow is the time to get ourselves back to the officeThe four-day week: Rewriting the HR rulebookHybrid working practices formed in the crucible of the pandemic are changing when and where we work. As we emerge from the lifting of workplace Covid-19 requirements, what are employee expectations for the Great Return? Ruth Holmes looks into how companies can respond.Partner employment access – the triple winDual careers have long been reported as a barrier to global mobility. In 2021 the Permits Foundation – a lobbying body that seeks to improve work access for international assignees’ partners – celebrated its 20th anniversary hosting an online conference representing host nations, employers, assignees and their partners. Dr Sue Shortland reports.Raising our game on diversity, equity and inclusionA leading online school in India for globally moblie familiesHas Brexit put an end to European cross-border talent flows?How can businesses stay ahead in the post-Brexit and post-pandemic talent race?Action on VisasGrowth comes with inward investment, and the visa system is a factor in defining Britain’s attractiveness to international employers. Former MP Lembit Öpik reports on the economic statistics, the issues relating to visas and what the Association of Relocation Professionals (ARP) is doing to turn a potential problem into a plus point for the UK relocation status.Building future workplace skills, todayCreating Happy Endings – Building on your Foreign Work ExperiencesWorking abroad can have disastrous consequences. Yet, international work should benefit both individuals and organizations after repatriation. How can you ensure a happy ending for yourself? Analysis by Emilija Oleškevičiūtė and Michael Dickmann of GLOMO.Books to guide your growth strategy in the new world of work
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