Coping with sexism abroad (Part 3)

Aug 3, 2016 |
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Sexism ingrained in one culture can be truly abhorrent to someone from another, a recent BBC report highlighted. Learning and adapting to local customs can help minimise sexist behaviour towards you, according to cultural coach Sybille Kenny. Do your research “Gender inequality is a critical issue in many countries around the world. Therefore it is […]

Stages of the Homebuying Journey

Aug 3, 2016 |
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Preparing for the Homebuying Process, Step By Step A useful blog from CHASE, RES Forum US Technical Partner for Relocation & Employee Loan Programs Buying a home is one of life’s greatest milestones, but the journey to unlocking the front door of your dreams can feel very overwhelming for the many buyers. Please click here […]

Coping with sexism abroad (Part 2)

Jul 29, 2016 |
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Sexist behaviour abroad can leave female expats intensely shocked and frustrated, a recent BBC report highlighted. Paradoxically, this frustration can help unlock greater intercultural awareness, says cultural coach Richard Forrest. Shock and surprise From unwanted male attention in Georgia, to not being allowed to share an office with a male colleague in Saudi Arabia; the […]

Coping with Sexism Abroad

Jul 22, 2016 |
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The BBC recently reported on ‘sexism that female expats are still having to endure’. Western women talked about anything from Japanese men openly reading pornographic comic books to male chauvinism in Latin America. Cultural problems A Canadian woman living and working in Switzerland says in the article that the reports she prepared at work had […]

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What is Brexit? It’s highly unlikely that anyone doesn’t know the answer to this question, but just in case, and for our members outside of Europe who may not know all of the details, here’s a quick summary; On 23 June 2016, Britain held a referendum on whether to remain in or to leave the […]

Safety of Life at Sea convention

Jul 8, 2016 |
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For SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea convention), July 1st has come and gone and we are now in the aftermath. Currently, despite everyone holding their breath, it seems that no shocking developments have (yet) occurred. Some of our offices are now seeing the first invoices for weighing services come in, so additional costs are […]

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Have you ever considered working in a different country? Considered yes, but you had no idea how best to approach things? I know what you are going through because I’ve been through it myself. But I plucked up my courage and made it happen. I’m a British native and have lived, worked and studied for […]

Will Brexit prompt mass relocation to Europe?

Jul 6, 2016 |
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Following the dramatic Brexit result last Friday, numerous multinational companies could transfer their operations out of the UK and into Europe amid growing uncertainty around Britain’s economy and future trading agreements. The referendum, which ended 52 to 48 in favour of Britain leaving the EU, is set to impact particularly on finance, technology, insurance and […]

SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) Update!

Jul 1, 2016 |
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Ready or not, the SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea convention) container weight verification rule that was scheduled to come into effect on July 1st, is now a reality. Many developments have taken place in the past month in the rush of getting prepared and we now see even more last minute activity this week. […]

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Susan Gregory, longstanding RES Forum member and Head of Talent Mobility for Grant Thornton UK LLP shares her “Top 10 Hints” that your potential assignees should consider before taking the plunge and going on assignment. This informative yet light hearted article includes information on families, immigration, discrimination and other things that your assignees may never […]

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