In a report by Silicon Valley Business Journal, it seems top tech companies have been successful at getting visa applications -- including the popular H-1B work visa program for specialty occupations -- approved. For global mobility managers, that’s a piece of good news, considering the...

All the jargons in the world can have you reeling in confusion. But one can’t deny how jargon helps us to structure our thoughts, especially when it helps us think outside the box, so to speak. They do serve a purpose. They can be effective...

A competitive compensation package with all the lucrative perks will always be attractive to any topnotch talent you as a global mobility manager would want to recruit. But -- and this goes against decades of expatriate employment practices -- that is not all that the...

If your job can be easily explained, it can be automated. That’s Anders Sandberg of Oxford’s Future of Humanity Institute talking about artificial intelligence, which is accelerating the demise of some skills. The quote comes from the New Yorker piece, “Are Robots Competing for Your Job,” which...

Digging deep into your candidate’s background is one smart way to hire the global talent you need, which is getting tougher to do given the current U.S. administration’s changing policies on immigration and recruitment of foreign nationals. This advice comes from TalentCulture which also points...

Global mobility managers usually hire assignees for the long-term, a contract lasting at least a couple of years which will have the foreign national work like an employee of the organization in practically all aspects. But, according to Human Resources Online, one emerging trend in...