The idea of working from home can be exciting. And many expatriates will decide to work from home while living and travelling abroad. This is especially important for expat spouses who are living with their partner who is employed but are unable to work in the new country for a variety of reasons, such as work visa issues. However, there are many inherent concerns and challenges to working from home. In this article, we will discuss five tips for expats who decide to work from home while living overseas.
If you are an expatriate living abroad these days, it is important to keep in touch with family and friends both online and offline. Many expats turn to social media platforms as a great way to interact with their fellow expatriates and share their experiences online. There are many social media platforms in Asia, Africa, North America, Europe and around the world that expatriates will utilize. From Facebook to Twitter, Instagram to Google+, Weibo to Wechat, finding the most popular social networking media that locals are on can not only ease the difficulties of expanding your business and extending your local networking group but can also strengthen your expat company’s branding. In this article, let’s discuss top 6 social media platforms that expatriates have to consider while working and living abroad, especially those in Asia.
If you are an expatriate and searching for global health insurance plans, it is critical that you select the right plan for you and your family. Without an appropriate health insurance plan, you may be putting your health and finances at risk. To help you make the best choices, in this article, we will discuss steps to avoid the common health insurance mistakes that expatriates sometimes make. The following common mistakes and advice relate to both individual health plans and corporate expat health plans. Remember, we all make mistakes, but when it comes to expat healthcare, it makes sense to read the points below to help avoid the following:
TFG Global Insurance Solutions Ltd. and its division Expat Financial will be exhibiting at the Canadian Employee Relocation Council conference in Calgary that is running from September 10th till 12th, 2017. The CERC is an important membership-based organization that was formed to provide service, leadership and assistance in the relocation of employees both domestically and globally. The CERC has over 600 members in Canada and around the world. David Tompkins noted that “TFG Global is very pleased to be exhibiting at the Calgary conference in 2017 and hope that we will meet members of the relocation service community and global HR managers who assist their employees in relocating overseas.”
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