We carried out a spot survey to find out the top mobility challenges for GM professionals in the coming year. Here we summarise the results and look how the biggest concerns for mobility have evolved.
Covid-19 restrictions and political situation contribute to Hong Kong’s fall to the 92nd most liveable location in the world for workers relocating from elsewhere in East Asia.
Singapore maintains its status as the most liveable location for expatriate workers from East Asia since 2005.
Locations in Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur, George Town and Johor Bahru – have risen in the global rankings over the past year.
Bern, Switzerland lands first place position for quality of life, after Copenhagen’s three-year reign at the top
What have you and your fellow mobility professionals been reading about this year? We take a look back at our most popular blog posts of 2022.
Towards the end of year our teams have been busy analysing and updating all the data in our reports and calculators. We have created a summary to feature the latest updates and developments in the past 12 months.
Lee Quane explores the latest global mobility trends and data updates, with a specific focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
ECA's recently published location ratings show the impact of war and pandemic restrictions on the wellbeing of expatriates and their location allowances.
Nattayaporn Cocconi provides an introduction to location allowances for long-term international assignments. This session was delivered in Thai.