If there’s any question that many want to find out from employers but employees and global mobility professionals were too afraid to ask, it’s this: Are you permitting employees who were hired into one of your offices but are now working remotely to relocate and...

Some people in densely populated cities like New York and San Francisco think having a backup home with a backyard is the way to live these days. But then, not everyone can afford a second home. Yes, a small space can feel claustrophobic living in...

Part 2 of 2 Global mobility is set for a rebound. There will be a new normal, and in some cases, the industry will find an improved, more efficient and better prepared normal, according to a Crown World Mobility report. Global mobility is said to be...

Micromanagers and coronavirus don’t go well together, not when remote work and flexible office policies are the buzzwords these days. Even in San Jose, CA, where reporting for work was the norm before the pandemic, global mobility managers are offering remote positions. People wonder what...