Our lives have changed dramatically these past months. One minute, it’s alright to go out; next thing you know, we’re back to the trenches we call our homes. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, it’s all for the better. However, global mobility professionals need...

Was the off-the-charts productivity of employees in the first few months of the pandemic actually fear-driven productivity? If that is the case, then work from home for teams dependent on each other is not sustainable. Three months earlier in the lockdown, not many companies were...

Some people in densely populated cities like New York and San Francisco think having a backup home with a backyard is the way to live these days. But then, not everyone can afford a second home. Yes, a small space can feel claustrophobic living in...

In the current health crisis, human resources managers and global mobility managers have become the frontliners in the corporate world. They are working around the clock to institute emergency communication procedures and policies. They are navigating reductions in the workforce and helping staff adjust to...

Part 2 of 2 Global mobility is set for a rebound. There will be a new normal, and in some cases, the industry will find an improved, more efficient and better prepared normal, according to a Crown World Mobility report. Global mobility is said to be...

If COVID-19 came early in the early 2000s, would you be able to survive on limited calls, limited texting and dial-up internet? This unimaginable scenario would probably have telecommunications companies and Silicon Valley tech giants scampering to innovate us hurriedly to 5g -- or not.  The...