After comparing many global sites, foreign companies are increasingly deciding to expand to and open new locations in the U.S.Read More
It’s no surprise that 2 out of 4 factors relate to globalization of the workforce.Read More
A resilient economy, and low corporate tax rates are just two of the reasons why Dublin is an increasingly popular location for companies looking to globalize.Read More
While there are many resources for small companies expanding overseas, don’t overlook health protection for your employees.
According to Commerce Exports, 86% of the global economic growth in the next decade is projected to be outside of the U.S. Where exporting used to be for large companies, today the playing field is more level thanks to many resources available to small and medium businesses.Read More
The Mercer 2011/2012 Benefits Survey for Expatriates and Globally Mobile Employees saw the number of employees on international assignments increased by two-thirds since 2008/2009. Employees on temporary or permanent foreign assignments are key assets to an organization. If the individual becomes ill while away, it could negatively affect the assignment, and even terminate it prematurely. That’s why it’s absolutely critical that your international healthcare plan has the right components. Here are the top six things to avoid with your benefits plan for global employees.Read More
Expats can expect not only a high-standard of healthcare in Berlin, but also a culture created around the idea of healthy living. Read moreRead More