Globalization can generally be positive for the global mobility sector and its managers and professionals. Company expansion into new markets and the strengthening of intercultural relationships between countries and their communities serve to lower previously existing barriers while promoting trust and cooperation. Along with the mutual...

On average, an expatriate employee or assignee earns $99,903 a year which, depending on the region of employment, can come with some other perks like corporate housing with the best amenities as well as the heady promise of an Ivy-League-like education for their children. Three...

That San Francisco, especially the tech companies in Silicon Valley, has a cultural perpetually open-door policy to qualified immigrants is no secret. A vast number of its employees are either foreign-born, children of first-generation immigrants who did grow up in the United States, or graduates from...

Some call it permanent transfer. Others call it expatriate localization. For decades, expatriates have been around to expand the reach of their companies. However, a “permanent transfer” is radically different from the traditional expatriate assignment which usually lasts for three to five years. Younger assignees...

Where else can global mobility managers nurture a talent pool of local and foreign potential hires than in schools? Despite the more restrictive laws posed by the current government administration for foreign students, one that would facilitate a quick transition from student status to one...