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As many companies are starting to see some shoots of optimism we believe now is a great time to be reviewing and adjusting Global Mobility programmes, policies and mindset to complement some of the changes and opportunities that have arisen in the past 12 months.
The shipping industry is currently facing a range of major challenges worldwide, resulting in restricted capacity for International Container shipments. This is likely to have two major impacts on Corporate Employee Relocations and at Bournes we have been providing advanced warning to help our customers prepare as follows:
Today we are seeing at least 4 generations in the workplace. In fact, in some companies there are 5 as Traditionalists (born pre-1946) delay retirement.
Operating in the world of Global Mobility during the Coronavirus pandemic is complicated to say the least! In this article we share some key areas we believe it is important to consider in managing your relocation programmes and working with your Relocation Company right now.
Harmony Relocation Network UK member, Bournes, have been awarded 3rd place from over 140 companies globally in the annual 'Member Award' category for 2019.
The Government have confirmed the Tenant Fees Bill will come into force on June 1 2019, so what impact does this have on global mobility and your assignees?
On Friday 9th November Natalie Chapman from Bournes Relocation Solutions joined Holly Creed (Global Mobility Manager at DXC Technology) Aoife Whitford (Founder & Director of Property Basecamp) and Elizabeth Bodington (Global Mobility Lead at Capco) for a Next Gen GM panel at the FEM EMEA Summit to discuss and present insights into the future of global mobility.
As a training partner to the Expat Academy Bournes Relocation Solutions team were delighted to attend the annual conference on Monday 24th September.