The temporary housing market in the Middle East is one of the most well established amongst the emerging markets. Driven by cultural preferences and large volumes of historic corporate travel, Middle Eastern cities typically offer a wide array of budget, mid-range, and high end long-stay accommodation well suited to relocating assignees. Unlike other regions, a […]

Sterling-Lexicon Update

Mar 20, 2020 |

Sterling Lexicon is committed to keeping our customers informed as we learn new information about the impacts of COVID-19 on the transportation industry. While Sterling Lexicon has implemented its pandemic response plan, our customer-facing teams remain fully operational at this time. Air Freight As major airlines continue to cancel flights or stand-down large proportions of […]

SilverDoor Celebrate 15th Birthday

Mar 6, 2015 |
silverdoor birthday

On the 25th February, over 320 of our property partners, clients and suppliers joined us to celebrate our 15th birthday party at our offices in Chiswick. The event coincided with the annual Business Travel Show held at Kensington Olympia, allowing many attendees to let their hair down after a long day exhibiting and it’s safe […]

Italy, English and the Calcio Conundrum

Feb 20, 2015 |

Last night I went to see my local football team Celtic play Inter Milan of Italy. A slightly disappointing 3-3 draw, but one of the things I was most looking forward before the game was meeting up with some friends and chaperoning a group of Italians who are friends of my cousin Paolo in Italy […]

temporary accomodation

The process of choosing which temporary accommodation is most suited to your assignee is simple if you’re able to work out their requirements, but how is it done? This is achieved through asking the right questions, which cover the noticeable details and the specifics that may be overlooked by the assignee. The most important aspect […]

Bridging the Great Divide in HR

For years, HR managers have been the enforcers when it comes to establishing employee policies and setting standards for behavior, conduct, and expectations. But in many ways, they’ve become more enmeshed in the demands of corporate compliance than they have in the realm of talent management, engagement, learning and training, and other critical attributes of […]