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In the third blog post in our series on international remote working, we look at compliance issues associated with the right to work, employee payroll and more.

Will an individual’s spending power be maintained if they move to work in a different country? This free white paper compares local salaries for managers in 58 countries in terms of relative buying power, showing at a glance which international moves will be viable on local terms.

Nattayaporn Cocconi, Client Solutions Executive, explores the latest developments in expatriate pay in Thailand, and how companies can ensure cost-efficiency in 2021. This session is delivered in Thai.

10 June 2021 - 10 June 2021 Wellington QT Museum Hotel
08:30 - 10:30

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies.

08 June 2021 - 08 June 2021 Canberra QT Canberra
08:30 - 10:30

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other Australian government agencies.

Nigeria and South Sudan devalue their currencies, while the West African 'eco' takes steps towards becoming a reality.

ECA's Managing Mobility Survey investigated how organisations are adapting their mobility programmes in order to be fit for the future. This in-depth article looks at the findings.

Big jumps in US and UK inflation are not as alarming as they might seem, especially where global mobility is concerned.

Cost of living adjustments can be tough to navigate and some of the details can often be challenging for assignees to understand. We tackle some of the most common misconceptions.

Lee Quane, Regional Director, and Mark Harrison, Associate Director explore the latest developments in expatriate pay across Asia, and how companies can ensure cost-efficiency in 2021.