What is the select country approach to calculating assignment pay, and when should you use it?
Differences in economies, pay structures, currencies and tax law across the EU mean there is a complex answer to this simple question.
We delve deeper into the concept of spendable income - the portion of salary to which the cost of living index is typically applied.
We discuss how Hong Kong's attractiveness to multinationals and expats compares with 20 years ago and in relation to other regional competitors.
Benchmarking expat packages is vital to remain competitive in today's increasingly globalised market. We discuss the factors you should consider.
By combining aspects of the home-and host-based approaches, the hybrid approach can be an ideal solution for some assignments - we discuss when you should use it.
In this Mobility Basics post, we look at the dual approach - what is it and when should you use it?
Having looked at the host-based approach in a previous post, we now turn our attention to the more-commonly applied home-based approach, also known as the Build-up or Balance Sheet.
How do you know if salary offers based on a local package will provide sufficient incentive for your expatriates?
This free white paper provides a snapshot comparison of the relative wealth of managers in 57 countries, showing at a glance whether an individual's spending power would be maintained if they moved to work in a different country and were paid a local salary.