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Results based on: Global Mobility and Covid-19 Survey

Michael Birse and Georgia Wilson explore key findings from our recent Expatriate Salary Management Survey and how our reports can help ensure your long-term assignment policies remain fit for purpose.

Oliver Browne and Talia Koch will explore key findings from our recent Salary Trends Survey. Find out how salary increase rates have fared in major economies around the world and what's in store for the new year.

Lee Quane, Mark Harrison and Anna Michielsen explore key findings from our recent Salary Trends Survey. Hear of the latest trends in pay awards for locally-employed staff in the Asia-Pacific region and our predictions for the new year.

Cost estimates enable better-informed decisions and cost-efficiency in your global mobility programme, providing indispensable insight for different stakeholders across the business. Here we take a look at how cost estimates are used and what components are included in the calculation.

Workers in Hong Kong are expected to receive a salary increase of 4% in 2023, 0.5% higher than 2022.

While workers in Singapore will see a salary increase of 3.8%, inflation will set salaries back by 1.7% in real terms this year.

Record real-terms salary decrease is a result of 9.1 percent annual average inflation, the highest in 40 years.

Our Expatriate Salary Management Survey captures the latest trends in the application of pay and policy for long-term assignments, helping mobility teams benchmark practices and ensure their policies remain fit for purpose. Take a look at our infographic sharing some of the key highlights from...

Few mobility teams believe they are successful in achieving sustainability, however there are ways to minimise the impact of global mobility on the environment at each stage of the assignment process.

The two biggest problems clients report when benchmarking are comparing total compensation and benefits packages, and the ability to benchmark against others in the same industry. ECA’s MyEMP reports enable you to do both and more.