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It has been a busy time at ECA with our teams analysing and publishing all the data collected from recent surveys - here's a summary highlighting the latest data updates and what else is new!

The results from our recent Salary Trends Survey revealed that the average global salary increase is forecast to be 4 percent in 2019.

06 December 2018 - 06 December 2018 Wellington QT Museum Hotel
08:45 - 13:00

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies. Afterward, join us for a networking lunch to celebrate the year end.

06 December 2018 - 06 December 2018 Kuala Lumpur Hilton Kuala Lumpur
08:30 - 11:00

ECA organises this annual event to bring together international HR managers for an update on mobility trends and an opportunity to network.

ECA's latest Cost of Living Survey exposes the extent of the economic problems in Turkmenistan - one of the world's most expensive countries for expats.

04 December 2018 - 04 December 2018 Canberra The Boat House by the Lake
08:45 - 13:00

Learn about the latest developments in the management assignees on posting and network with other Australian government agencies. Afterward, join us for a networking lunch to celebrate the year end.

29 November 2018 - 29 November 2018 Singapore Sofitel Singapore City Centre
09:00 - 16:45

Join us for our first Mobility Hub in Singapore. This one-day event is full of topical sessions on global mobility policy and practice.

The results of our recent Permanent Transfers Survey show an increase in the number of permanent transfers being used by companies, often as an alternative to traditional long-term assignments.

27 November 2018 Hong Kong East Hong Kong
09:00

Join us for our first Mobility Hub in Hong Kong. This one-day event is full of topical sessions on global mobility policy and practice.

Airbnb has recently found itself criticised for allegedly pushing up prices in the long-term rental market. So what impact does the company have on rents, and how justified are the objections?