Many companies have been moving their services across the global sphere in recent years. Since the Covid 19 pandemic, there has been a noticeable shift in how companies operate globally. Despite all the challenges that come with it, growth is happening on the global front. Organizations are expanding across the globe. Read more
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been a huge rise in the number of people becoming digital nomads as people were sent home from offices and decided to work from home abroad. As a result, it is critical for your HR team to establish a digital nomad policy. Read more
For any company, looking after the health and well-being of your number one asset, your employees, should be a key priority. This is especially true for SMEs (small or medium-sized enterprises) as they seek to not only retain expat talent, their current staff members but also seek to attract new talent to their global workforce. Read more
With the ever-growing desire to move abroad, many people are moving towards the idea of teaching English abroad. With a strong understanding of the English language and a high demand for people wanting to learn English, the opportunities for teaching English abroad are on the rise. Read more
Steps to take when your expat job isn’t working out for you
There comes a time in an expat’s life where they reach a roadblock. The job that you highly anticipated and moved abroad for may be taking its toll on you in many different ways. But before you decide your expat job isn’t working out for you, there are certain steps you can take to ensure you are making the right decision. At the end of the day, you want to exhaust all your options before making the final decision.
Five Tips to Convince Your Employer to Let You Work Abroad as Digital Nomad
As an employee of a company, you are entitled to numerous financial benefits and perks apart from various allowances. Expenses related to healthcare paid leaves or vacations, and children’s education are usually covered in your pay package as an expat worker. However, if you are feeling stuck or bogged down in your office or tired of the daily commuting for hours, you would need a solid plan to convince your employer to let you work abroad as a digital nomad. Read more
Why You Should Say Yes to an Expat Assignment
If offered an expatriate assignment, would you accept it? What would be your main motivation for accepting an expatriate assignment? In this article, we will discuss ten best things about an expat assignment if you are considering relocating to another country.
Learn What Insurance Questions You Should Ask Your Future Expat Employer
There are a lot of questions that you should ask your future expatriate employer before you take that exciting job posting abroad. You will want to know about housing, education costs, income, taxes, visas, and much more. However, we wanted to discuss five insurance questions you should ask your future expat employer before you embark on your job posting: Read more
Learn About the Top 5 Countries To Enjoy Work-Life Balance for Expats
For expats, digital nomads, and global citizens, living in a country that gives importance to the quality of life is ideal. But, which are the countries to enjoy work-life balance? The definition of quality of life is broad, but for expats, it comes down to finding an optimum balance between work and play.
Top Job Opportunities for Global Nomads & Expatriates
Have you dreamed of living or working abroad as a global nomad or expatriate? One of the best ways to live abroad and experience what the world has to offer is to take a job assignment overseas. Many parts of the world require expatriate staff who have experience in select occupations and industries and can provide competitive salaries and benefits. Some people find remote working opportunities more conducive instead of slogging at their usual 8-hour corporate desk jobs back in their home country. Read more
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