The state of California and its cities like San Francisco are bracing for tougher times ahead, due to the spread of the coronavirus in the United States, among other countries. One casualty is employment as a rising number of talents are either being laid off...

(Part 1 of 2)  As COVID-19 or coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, employers with a global presence find themselves confronting an invisible enemy with no solution in sight. The best that these companies can do is to follow the updates, guidelines, travel warnings and...

The mere mention of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation makes global mobility managers and human resource leaders anxious. They fear that these latest innovations will replace them or make them redundant. One constant argument is that their own managers and executives, who write their checks,...

Here’s one important advice to global mobility managers as they start 2020: help your assignees build strong friendships that they --- and perhaps, even you --- can count on. We’re not talking about enriching their social media networks either.  Tagging them, twittering in their online conversations,...