February 16, 2021

Can we really work from anywhere?

Virtual international assignments have been greatly debated during the pandemic and many have experienced new mobility in working from anywhere. However, what are the implications for a company’s remote worker […]
February 16, 2021

European travel post Brexit

There has been considerable debate about the implications of Brexit for travellers after the UK leaves the EU over recent years but it is alarming to note that a recent […]
December 11, 2020

Sweden – Extension of the inbound travel ban

As a measure against the continued spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Swedish Government has extended the inbound travel ban until 22 December 2020. The government has established a so-called […]
December 4, 2020

Social Security for business travelers

One of the key important issues for businesses is the question of post Brexit Social Security. We are pursuing a proactive and solution- based approach to this question to help […]
December 1, 2020

Localisation Policies

As the world gets to grip with COVID-19 and it’s effect on global business, the impact new expatriate assignments has been substantial due to the closing of borders world-wide and […]
December 1, 2020

Social Security (SS) – Risks and Risk Mitigation

Social security contributions can be one of the most significant costs that employers will pay if they decide to send an employee on an international assignment.  However, these may also […]
November 30, 2020

Permanent Establishment – Risk Mitigation and Set-up

One of the key concerns for most Global Mobility professionals is the risk for triggering a Permanent Establishment (PE) in the host country based on the activity of the mobile […]
November 27, 2020

What is Global Mobility & Why You Need a Strategy

What is Global Mobility (GM)? To put it simply, Global Mobility is a Human Resources (HR) function that refers to a multinational corporation's (MNCs) ability to move its people to offices in different countries in order to grow the business globally in terms of geographical footprint, functions and activities. Traditionally, International assignments or transfers can be either short term (between 3 – 12 months), long term (between 2 – 5 years) or on a permanent basis (Permanent Transfers or localisations). However, in the current climate, businesses are creating innovative and creative solutions to meet their strategic needs.