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2017

June

In this newsletter

  • Implementation of spousal supportHRN 1 2017 - cover - 512px high
  • Expat partner support – IKEA Group
  • Discover your worth abroad
  • Silence can be golden… and awkward
  • Affordable schooling for expat kids
  • 2018 – 25 years of Global Connection
  • 2017 RES Forum annual report available
  • Natural to stick with what you know
  • Coworking in the Hoffice

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March

In this newsletter

  • Advantages of specialisation in contractingHRN 1 2017 - cover - 512px high
  • Pushing expats out of their comfort zones
  • Job-seekers need to focus on ‘pain relief’
  • Older expats, they do as the romans do
  • Greater variety of cross-border movement
  • The best city for expats? Oh, Vienna!
  • Permits Foundation appoints new managing director
  • Learning foreign languages sharpens your brain

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2016

December

In this newsletter

  • cover image of HR Newsletter December 2016Best practices: supplier selection
  • Coping with sexism abroad
  • Ellen Jansma scoops prize for global mobility study
  • Repatriation in focus: international assignments as career boosters?
  • Make volunteering count in your job search
  • FrieslandCampina’s Global Mobility Team celebrates a prize-winning end to 2016
  • Virtual house hunting

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June

In this newsletter

  • Sharing best practices in everybody’s interestHRN 2 2016 - cover - 512px high
  • Survey – family/partner issues are leading
  • BBC – changing identities: ‘I feel Asian, my brother feels English’
  • Top 5 environmentally conscious countries
  • Brookfield – the talent management gap
  • Spousal support best practices – effective approaches
  • Where is home?
  • International schools embracing inclusion

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March

In this newsletter

  • Virtual support a disruptive innovation?HRN 1 2016 - cover - 512px high
  • Battling stereotypes
  • The importance of an expatriate’s psychological contract
  • Networking: from doormat to dazzler
  • Needs Assessment is a personal matter
  • More female expats
  • ‘How old is your husband?’

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2015

December

In this newsletter

  • HRN 4 2015 - cover - 500px high incl page noPositive developments for mobility
  • Work permits good for business
  • Return to work internship a great success
  • Expat concern: left-behind parents
  • Growing interest in international schools
  • Volunteering 3.0
  • Aspiring entrepreneurs should take note

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September

In this newsletter

  • hr-newsletter-september-2015-picMore attention for foreign local hires
  • More acceptance of same-sex couples
  • Partner support for Philips’ international hires
  • A very sustainable support plan B
  • Supporting expat partners changing careers
  • More support for spouses requested
  • Juba in South Sudan is most expensive city for expats

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June

In this newsletter

  • cover-hr-newsletter-june-2015-siteMore return to work support
  • Return to work surveys
  • Balancing act of outsourcing
  • Find your feet with personalised support
  • Where a euro can save a life
  • Consulting the Culture Map
  • Brookfield – Mindful approach to mobility
  • Mercer – Vienna leads the way
  • Cheating is often a symptom

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March

In this newsletter

  • Communication is the keyCover HR Newsletter March 2015_MR
  • Return to work: an underestimated problem
  • RES Forum: New website
  • Reality check helped partner
  • More expat spouses can work in the U.S.
  • Asia today: The human capital environment
  • Estranged in foreign lands

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2014

December

In this newsletter

  • Cultural misconceptionscover_hr_newsletter_december_2014
  • 30 countries allow partners to work
  • Boarding schools: often no reimbursement
  • Retirees: no new language
  • More attention to childcare needed
  • New Zealand best for expats

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September

In this newsletter

  • Partner support as recruitment /mobility usp
  • EU and US companies: differences in partner support
  • The RES forum: a fast-growing hr community
  • Cultural training: not for everyone
  • Language training: the most offered support
  • Partners get easier access to work in eu
  • Offer clear communication and support

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2013

December

In this newsletter

  • Treat expat partner support as an investment
  • Split families on the rise
  • FrieslandCampina – Emerging markets
  • Permits Foundation: More work permits for partners
  • Digital and/or print magazine – Pilots
  • Turmoil in expat communities
  • PwC: 50% growth in assignments foreseen
  • Yvonne McNulty and Kerr Inkson study on ROI: Family matters a lot

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September

In this newsletter

  • Fact-based decision making
  • Partner support demand
  • More split families and long-term contracts
  • Partner support policy workshop
  • Emerging markets – more expats
  • 20 year celebration

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June

In this newsletter

  • Partner support is more than career support
  • An occupation close to her heart
  • Philips and Dutch Ministry of foreign affairs – Putting the expat experience into practice
  • Partner support policy workshop fully booked
  • Language is the key
  • Global Connection survey
  • Mercer report

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March

In this newsletter

  • Twenty years of support
  • Support must be managed
  • Network vital for same-sex couple
  • Continental believes in on-going support
  • Global mobility is underperforming
  • Support must be managed
  • No more Gucci
  • New expat & partner guide
  • Schooling issues
  • Honest answers for prospective partners

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2012

December

In this newsletter

  • Having a ‘support plan B’
  • Vacancy exchange
  • Almost 20 years ago…
  • Mcnulty: spouses feel ‘invisible’
  • ROI – short and long term
  • Spousal support in emerging
  • Markets a must – the Resforum
  • Emma award
  • Dual career most difficult in USA, India and China

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September

In this newsletter

  • No one-size-fits-all
  • How effective is your partner support programme?
  • New personalised support at Heineken
  • Successful HR meeting, extended to Copenhagen
  • Brookfield: elderly family support
  • A good coach is hard to find
  • Vacancy exchange
  • Creative solution for the ‘desire to work’

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June

In this newsletter

  • Gucci money
  • Challenging destinations
  • New global clients and partnerships
  • HR Interview in quotes – Dutch Ministry
  • Family critical to success
  • Global Connection: more coaching and training
  • More cultural web-based
  • Critical moments versus failed assignments
  • Does coaching work?

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