Sign in

Results based on: Cost estimates

With inflation on the rise in countries around the world, it is increasingly important that global mobility managers and assignees understand how rising prices impact pay.

China's low inflation is helping the world in its fight to bring down the cost of living, but it could mean big upward index adjustments for Asian outbound assignees.

Pamela Pang provides an overview of expatriate remuneration approaches, how global practice and Japanese practice differs, and how ECA can help with its Cost of Living, Location Allowance and other data and solutions. This webinar is delivered in Japanese.

Michael Witkowski, Sarah Dewhurst and Claudine Turner explore the latest data and mobility trends across the EMEA region and the Americas, and how key events around the world have driven unprecedented changes in cost of living indices.

How have key events around the world affected cost of living indices for your assignees?

With petrol prices continuing to rise, our new infographic sheds light on how prices vary around the world and where they have risen the most in the last five years.

With a wide range of index types and customisation options available, we take a look at how global mobility managers can make the most of their cost of living index.

A 20% rent increase cements London’s position within top five most expensive cities in the world, while a 12% increase in rental costs sees New York overtake Geneva to secure second place.

Strong currency ensures Hong Kong keeps its crown for another year.

A further rise in Singapore’s ranking was curbed by the weaker Singapore dollar against other major currencies.