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....

How do you establish an effective remote working process with creative talents? It begins with good leadership but it requires knowing the comfort zone of these talents to make things work. From a leadership and high level point of view, The Center for Creative Leadership came...

In an Atlantic piece titled What Bosses Really Think of Remote Workers, it sounds like people who work from home may get fewer raises and promotions. Remote work might feel great now, but it could hurt the career of many talents out there.  Are full-time employees...

Has ROI (return on investment) costs on talent relocations changed in the post-pandemic world? It remains to be seen how global mobility service costs will change, but COVID-19 has accelerated the process for companies and global mobility professionals to find out how they will make...

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...