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Results based on: MyExpatriate Market Pay Survey

Olivia Franslay and Aaron Pravasta will explore the latest developments in expatriate pay in Indonesia, and advise how mobility teams can benchmark their expatriates' salary and benefits packages with our unique MyEMP reports. This session will be delivered in Bahasa Indonesia.

Jeff Chu and Mandy Tsai explore the latest developments in expatriate pay across Greater China and APAC, and advise how mobility teams can benchmark their expatriates' salary and benefits packages with our unique MyEMP reports. This webinar is delivered in Mandarin, with materials in Simplified...

Jeff Chu and Mandy Tsai explore the latest developments in expatriate pay across Greater China and APAC, and advise how mobility teams can benchmark their expatriates' salary and benefits packages with our unique MyEMP reports. This webinar is delivered in Mandarin, with materials in Traditional...

Lee Quane, Mark Harrison and Anna Michielsen explore the latest developments in expatriate pay across the APAC region, and how our unique MyEMP report can help to benchmark expatriates' remuneration packages.

Nattayaporn Cocconi explores the latest developments in expatriate pay in Thailand, and advises how mobility teams can benchmark their expatriates' salary and benefits packages with our unique MyEMP reports. This session is delivered in Thai.

Nattayaporn Cocconi takes a look at the impact of exchange rate fluctuations on international assignees and how to successfully manage this effect. This session is delivered in Thai.

Jeff Chu and Pamela Pang explore highlights from our recent Salary Trends Survey. Find out whether pay trends have recovered from the pandemic, and what to expect in the new year. This webinar was delivered in Mandarin.

UK employees are expected to receive a real-terms salary increase of 0.4 percent after inflation in 2022, approximately £127 per annum before tax.

Salaries for workers in Hong Kong are forecast to increase by 3.2% on average next year, 0.7% higher than in 2021.

Employees based in Singapore are expected to see a salary increase of 3.5% next year, up from 2.8% this year.