Imagine every company has a work app. Will it to solve operational processes in the time of remote or hybrid work? Will it make employees’ lives easier? Will it foster trust among employers and employers, or will it be the cause of conflicts?  Recently, Walmart launched...

Things are looking up in California, especially the Bay Area. With COVID-19 cases dropping and fully vaccinated Californians rising at 45%, the target of fully reopening the Californian economy on June 15 has been set.  The state has reportedly regained nearly half of jobs lost in...

Competition for global talents and securing their families to have a safe relocation experience have intensified in the past few weeks, thanks to dwindling COVID-19 cases in California, which now has the lowest infection rate against any US state.  Just to be sure, though, many organizations...

Covid-19 has made many workers think of relocating, which should be fine in most cases but not when it’s unexpected and the environment brought about by the pandemic has become more challenging.  Global mobility managers should be able to help professionals make the adjustment in this...

The COVID-19 pandemic has made healthcare even more of a priority for organizations and their international workers. Global mobility professionals think having a solid international insurance for assignees will take priority, resulting in more preventive rather than reactionary measures. The idea is to have not...

COVID-19 has stirred up many questions among global mobility professionals and foreign talents, especially the future of international work, given the current realities and political climate everywhere. But AXA’s recent study, World of Work 2021 offers some positive news.  About 67% of 543 HR respondents believe...