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March 2016

  • Virtual support a disruptive innovation?
  • 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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December 2015

  • Positive 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 2015

  • More 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 2015

  • More 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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