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Our Assignment Management Software can be customised to run your global mobility programme exactly as you want

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Expertise and support for all your international assignment needs - from policy design to expatriate communications

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ECA's renowned classroom courses are led by our experts and can be tailored to run for your team in-house

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Our partnership with ECA provides the most valuable and efficient support we could ask for. Their comprehensive data, the usability of the tools and power of their assignment management system, ECAEnterprise, are all invaluable in helping us manage our mobility projects quickly and effectively.

Dominique Thibaud, International Mobility Expert, Dassault Systemes

We receive great support from our ECA account managers. Not only do they provide all our relocation data, they are always available to offer pragmatic solutions and support to our queries. They are a great partner to us.

Honor Armand-Smith, International Mobility Manager, Group Reward & Policy, Vodafone

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Virtual discussion: 7 Dec 2021

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies.

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White paper

Will an individual's spending power be maintained if they move to work in a different country? This free white paper compares local salaries for managers in 58 countries in terms of relative buy...

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Online training

Our new online training course helps onboard and upskill staff in their own time, place and pace.

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Insights

  Articles

How are companies embracing technology to manage mobility?  

24 May 2021

ECA's Managing Mobility Survey investigated how organisations are adapting their mobility programmes in order to be fit for the future. This in-dep...

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The growth of the ‘economic employer’ concept  

5 February 2021

In this guest article from Global Tracker, we look at the economic employer approach and the different issues that it can cause for assignees.

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  Blog

November currency review  

2 December 2021

Turkey is paying a heavy price to shore up the lira, whose value is being destroyed by the country's own president.

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ECA’s online training course – Principles of Global Mobility  

1 December 2021

ECA's online training course, Principles of Global Mobility, now has a limited-time 50% discount! Find out more about the course and how it can hel...

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News & Events

  News

Business confidence improves with 3 percent pay rise forecast for 2022  

16 November 2021

UK employees are expected to receive a real-terms salary increase of 0.4 percent after inflation in 2022, approximately £127 per annum before...

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Workers in Hong Kong predicted to see higher salary increases in 2022  

15 November 2021

Salaries for workers in Hong Kong are forecast to increase by 3.2% on average next year, 0.7% higher than in 2021.

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  Events

07
December
2021

ECA's New Zealand Government Meeting

 Virtual discussion   07 December 2021

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other New Zealand government agencies.

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December
2021

ECA's Australian Government Meeting

 Government Meeting   Canberra 09 December 2021

Learn more about the latest developments in the management of mobile staff and network with other Australian government agencies.

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