Going International: Where are the Women?

Going International: Where are the Women?

Why women are under-represented in international roles and what can be done about it “The world will never realise 100% of its goals if 50% of its people cannot realise their full potential. When we unleash the power of women, we can secure the future for all.” Ban Ki...
International relocation and decision making

International relocation and decision making

It’s HOW the employee experience begins that makes the difference International relocation is a huge decision, so people should research it as thoroughly as they do other decisions.  In the latest ‘Thriving Abroad Podcast’ interview with Ines...
The lack of female CEOs IS a pipeline problem

The lack of female CEOs IS a pipeline problem

An article in the New York Times says the reason for the lack of female CEOs is not a pipeline problem. Dorothy Dalton explains why she is confused.   Lack of Female CEO’s IS a pipeline problem   A post in the New York Times Why women aren’t CEOs...
Job Search Strategies for Returning Expat Spouses

Job Search Strategies for Returning Expat Spouses

Returning expat spouses face challenges re-entering the workplace Mai Ensmann share the challenges she faced as a returning expat spouse and the steps she took to deal with them. Getting back to work After years of living abroad, we were finally being repatriated to...
Expatriate Assignment Failure – The Tip of the Iceberg

Expatriate Assignment Failure – The Tip of the Iceberg

The real reasons behind expatriate assignment failure Much of the discussion concerning the rationale for providing more extensive support for expats and their families revolves around expatriate assignment failure rates. However, focusing on expatriate assignment...

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