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.
The ongoing closure of many locations in the Asia-Pacific region, including Hong Kong, has caused many locations to slide down ECA’s latest liveability rankings.
While the coronavirus pandemic was the main story in 2021, another notable phenomenon was the number of coups and military takeovers seen across the world. But how did these events impact location ratings?
Our teams have been busy analysing and publishing all the data collected from recent surveys - here's a summary highlighting the latest data updates and what else is new!
How has the global Covid-19 vaccination rollout affected ECA's location ratings, and what does it mean for location allowances for assignees?
In the final blog post in our series on international remote working we discuss the overall pros and cons, and the key considerations for organisations when using them.
In the fourth blog post in our series on international remote working, we cover the salary and benefits issues that need to be considered.
Salaries based on local packages are becoming increasingly common, but how do you know if they provide a sufficient incentive for your assignees?
In the third blog post in our series on international remote working, we look at compliance issues associated with the right to work, employee payroll and more.