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The issue of exchange rates is one that has been familiar to assignees and their employers for many years. As the employee remits funds to and from the assignment country against a constantly changing rate, this will have an effect on his/her perceived ‘purchasing power’ during the assignment. Download your copy of our helpful whitepaper on the 4 essential factors to consider in managing the issues of exchange rates for your international assignments. http://bit.ly/2aMgh7f 
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IPM Global Mobility Read our latest #Brexit update on Immigration. While future Immigration requirements cannot be predicted, there are some actions that Companies and individuals should consider right away.
While future Immigration requirements cannot be predicted, there are some actions that Companies and individuals should consider right away. EU Nationals working in the UK Company actions Undertake an audit …
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We value the relationships we have with our clients and we like to see ourselves as an extension of our clients’ HR teams, not just a supplier. This helps us understand our clients’ needs effectively and identify where we can support and guide them in the best possible way – providing strategic input whilst providing effective management of our clients’ GM programme. View how we can help manage your Global Mobility programmes and how we will be just as passionate about your assignees as you are - www.ipmglobalmobility.com
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The challenges of sending employees to work abroad -
An interview with Alan Bentley of IPM, and Sarah Lockett, The Business Debate

Successfully sending employees to work abroad for months or years at a time, perhaps with their families, requires relocation or Global Mobility services. The process has to be carefully managed, and tax, Social Security and immigration rules need to be complied with.

To discuss this, Sarah Lockett from 'The Business Debate' interviewed Alan Bentley, Managing Director of IPM Global Mobility.

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The final results are in!

On Thursday 23rd June 17.4 million people in the UK and Gibraltar voted to leave Europe (the European Union) whilst 16.1 million voted to remain. This is a 52/48% split from a 72% voter turnout.

As the results had only been announced on Friday 24th June, we are yet to see the implications of what this will mean for both EU citizens living in the UK and British citizens living in Europe.

In terms of historic precedent, this is the first time that a major trading country has left the EU (Greenland left the EEC IN 1985) and so there is no previous precedent to follow in respect of next steps. That said, under EU law, the UK must trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to begin negotiating its exit or “divorce” from Europe. This will lead to a transition period of at least two years during which our exit will be negotiated. When this will begin and who will lead negotiations is yet to be determined. There is much speculation over what trade, economic and social model will be adopted by the UK in respect of our relationship with the EU going forward.

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The final results are in! On Thursday 23rd June 17.4 million people in the UK and Gibraltar voted to leave Europe (the European Union) whilst 16.1 million voted to remain. This is a 52/48% split from a 72% voter turnout. As the results had only been announced on Friday 24th June, we are …
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The Pitfalls of Global Mobility – Six critical questions you must answer before you send employees overseas

The global world of business is changing rapidly, and more and more businesses are beginning to expand their operations overseas. Those of you who have already started this journey will be aware that sending employees overseas requires detailed research and planning due to the many potential pitfalls which could jeopardise your plans.

Here are 6 important questions which you should ask when you’re preparing to expand your business overseas. Knowing your answers, and the action you need to take as a result, will have a huge impact on the success or failure of your project.


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Sending employees overseas requires detailed research and planning due to the many potential pitfalls which could jeopardise your plans. Download your copy of our helpful whitepaper which contains 6 important questions which you should ask when you’re preparing to expand your business overseas.

https://ipmglobalmobility.com/resources/six-critical-questions-you-must-answer-before-you-send-employees-overseas-3/
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Have you checked out our client's success stories? View them here https://ipmglobalmobility.com/about-us/success-stories/ - We have clients from across all service industries and across most regions. It is our privilege to work with some very exciting businesses and our delight to have forged some very long term relationships with these organisations. #ProudPartner!
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The implications and challenges of non-compliance in Global Mobility and how to avoid them

The management of compliance has always been an issue when assigning people internationally. The challenge is to ensure that tax, social security, and immigration legislation in both the home location of the employee, and the location in which they will be working are adhered to. And delivering the most cost effective and timely solution possible for the employer at the same time as achieving compliance, is always the goal to strive for. This challenge has become more difficult in the last five years or so.

Even companies that manage all of their international assignment administration in-house will often outsource compliance aspects to specialist firms because of the complex nature of the ever-changing requirements. These companies however, often understand the risks, at least in principle if not in detail.

However, Companies embarking into the international HR arena for the first time, or making use only of the “flexible” assignment types above, may be unaware of many of the requirements – this is not a defence in terms of the law!

Given that the compliance requirements are specific to each country, in an article of this nature we can only cover the main issues and common misconceptions/pitfalls in broad terms.


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The professional guide to an effective international assignment programme – 9 essential factors to consider

With businesses increasingly operating globally, the growing demand for talent and rising activity in emerging markets, companies are sending more employees on international assignments. Your employees are therefore more mobile than ever!

Living and working abroad can be life changing and highly exhilarating for anyone. It can open your mind and thoughts about the world we live in and its different cultures. Although it can be quite an experience, it can also involve risks that can impact not just the expat, but the company itself, if robust processes are not in place. But what makes an international assignment a success?

• Factor #1 - Assignee Experience
• Factor #2 - Selection of the Employee
• Factor #3 - Training – Culture and Language
• Factor #4 - Country Background and Research
• Factor #5 - Cost Effectiveness
• Factor #6 - Documentation
• Factor #7 - Zero Costs of Non Compliance
• Factor #8 - Business Strategy
• Factor #9 - Selection of the Supplier

To find out about how these different factors make a difference to the success of international assignments then please download our whitepaper here 
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So, you're expanding a business overseas...have you asked these 6 vital questions in preparation for the success of your project? Alan Bentley, of +IPM Global Mobility  provides critical and essential information on this process.

Follow our channel +The Business Debate  to hear more from other leading CEO's and business directors or find us on The Wall Street Journal.
http://partners.wsj.com/the-business-debate/tomorrows-business-today/
Six critical questions you must answer before you send employees overseas. The global world of business is changing rapidly and more and more businesses are beginning to expand their operations overseas. Those of you who have already started this journey will be aware that sending employees overseas requires research and planning, due to the many pitfalls which could jeopardize your plans. There are a range of considerations to take into account ...
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