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.
Many GM departments are looking to take stock of their policies and consider whether they are still fit for purpose in the new post-Covid workplace.
We discuss findings from our spot survey, Conflict in Ukraine, looking at exactly what actions organisations have been taking in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, and how ECA can help.
While overall provision of relocation benefits has varied little in recent years, despite an unsettled global situation, the way the benefits are provided is changing.
When managing international assignee salary packages, exchange rates can have a huge impact on the overall value.
International remote working policies are a great way to attract and retain talent. However, determining salaries for these arrangements is complex and difficult to get right.
Singapore has been named again as the most liveable location for expatriate workers from East Asia.