The coronavirus is affecting the global economy in many ways, and the situation is constantly changing. Employers and their expat workers in particular must be mindful of the coronavirus and the ways in which state and local governments are responding.
Overdue US tax payments can now lead to denial of a passport or passport renewal. Expats and their employers need to understand the law and its ramifications.
In the second part of this two-part post, Rory Shedden talks about his expat experiences in Boston and asks about the ramifications of short-term expat assignments. His colleague Katie Davies provides more expert commentary and recommendations.
Rory Shedden, director of solution development at Radius, talks about his experiences as an expat in Munich and Boston. His colleague and global mobility expert Katie Davies provides commentary and recommendations for the benefit of expats and their employers.
Increasingly, US companies are sending employees on what amount to short international assignments, and they may not even know it. These may be formal short-term assignments with written agreements or could simply be “international commutes” involving occasional business trips to one or more countries.
In this week's Global Glance we look at expat “helpers” in Singapore and Hong Kong, Hulu’s decision not to go global, and the popularity of soccer and rugby in the US.
In this week's Global Glance we look at how the US-Ireland income tax treaty may save an Irish gambler millions, an international photo essay from a small-motor manufacturer, and the surprising results of a global tree census.
In this week's Global Glance, we look at observations from the author of "China Rich Girlfriend," Canadian expats’ right to vote and whether we should care, and the Greek debt crisis.
If your international expansion plans have you moving workers around the globe, one of the first logistical issues you’ll encounter will be visa rules. But push your thinking further out in time, and you’ll also have to consider permanent residence and ultimately, citizenship rights...