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Results based on: Location allowances

It is now common for mobility managers with international staff in Beijing and elsewhere in northern China to field complaints about air pollution. As part of our location allowance research at ECA we evaluate the issue, looking at causes, levels, frequency, scale and scope of impact.

ECA's Location Ratings Analyst, Dan Flear, discusses the impact events of the past year have had on our Location Ratings scores.

We are running a spot survey to find out more about what organisations are currently doing for their staff in Turkey. The survey is very short and will take only a few minutes to complete.

It's been a busy few weeks at ECA with all the data collected during recent surveys now analysed and published online. Check out our infographic summarising the latest changes!

Located at the point where East meets West, events in Turkey have always mattered on the global stage.

Singapore retains top ranking in global liveability index for Asian expatriates, with Hong Kong rising by five places.

Air pollution amongst the biggest factors affecting Asia's cities

Lion City’s ranking unfazed by high levels of haze in 2015 

As ECA's latest Location Ratings are published, Neil Ashman, Senior Location Ratings Analyst, looks at how global events can affect the results.

Adapting to life in a new location can be challenging for your mobile talent and their families, so how do you recognise this in their remuneration packages? As ECA launches a new tool for calculating allowances for expatriates in exceptional environments, Josephine Woolley explains how ECA&rsquo...