How does one solve unconscious biases? In a recent day-long UX design hackathon hosted by HexHacks in New York, nearly a hundred people attempted to create solutions to solve this most perplexing dilemma. At no other time has this issue reared its ugly head than...

Existential despair and/or emotional chaos. Those complex terms describe the debilitating reasons that are spurring tech workers in Silicon Valley, most of them millennials, to seek out psychiatric help. The New York Times’ thorough expose of the subject says that many of these tech workers...

As a global mobility manager, you will meet assignees who think their employment prospects are not bright. However, a look at the bigger picture shows that the United States as of today is experiencing a healthy job market, with the current unemployment rate at 3.6...

It can happen to any global mobility manager at any point in their career, especially if they are managing a significant number of direct reports or assignees. They get asked this question: “Would you be willing to sponsor or mentor this assignee?”  Sometimes, an HR director...

In a study compiled by global insurer MetLife, “US Employee Benefits Trendy Study,” globally mobile employees are more than twice as likely as their non-expat peers to recommend their organization as a place to work. The survey had more than 5,000 respondents, all employers and...