In the new era of hybrid work, companies are looking to restructure work systems without affecting team cohesion. For companies with an intact staff, it’s a little adjustment. For new workers, it’ll be tricky how they can get noticed at work beyond their weekly recaps....

As a global mobility professional looking to sign up new talents, it’s good to keep tabs on the current mindset of workers these days. A May survey of 1,000 US adults showed that 39% would consider quitting if their employers weren’t flexible about remote work....

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...

As a global mobility professional looking to sign up new talents, it’s good to keep tabs on the current mindset of workers these days. A May survey of 1,000 US adults showed that 39% would consider quitting if their employers weren’t flexible about remote work....

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...

The coronavirus has put an unprecedented strain on executives and their staff, according to the latest CEO Benchmarking Report of The Predictive Index. It measures behavioral drives (Dominance, Extraversion, Patience and Formality) as well as cognitive ability. But the study also offers an opportunity and challenge...

With COVID-19 wrecking havoc worldwide, it won’t be surprising to see affluent countries dangle big research money and great job opportunities for scientists and medical professionals, especially the brightest ones in their fields of expertise. It remains to be seen, though, if immigration policies will...