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UK construction growth

UK construction grows despite rise in import price

UK construction sector sees better-than-expected growth this November, despite rises in import prices following the fall in the value of sterling.

UK ‘must win global battle for talent’, says minister

UK immigration hits record but student numbers tumble

Features

Mick Ebeling

Helping one, helping many

An inspiring keynote at Worldwide ERC’s Global Workforce Symposium showed how companies could look beyond the branding power of ‘doing good’ and make a real difference in the world. Fiona Murchie reports.

Global mobility duty of care – when mobility benefits are more than just perks

CIPD 2016: Is flexibility as we know it at breaking point?

Global Mobility Toolkit

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Global Mobility Toolkit: download your free factsheets

Relocate's new Global Mobility Toolkit, designed to support organisations seeking opportunities in an increasingly globalised world, with the option to download the first factsheets in the series.

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Relocate Global Guide to International Education & Schools

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Immigration News

Millenium Centre, Cardiff, Wales.

UK ‘must win global battle for talent’, says minister

David Davis, the minister in charge of Brexit negotiations, has reassured business leaders at the Welsh Confederation of British Industry dinner that they will still have access to overseas skills post-Brexit.
UK Immigration numbers ONS

UK immigration hits record but student numbers tumble

Immigration to the UK hit a record high of 650,000 in the year to June due to the arrival of over 250,000 EU citizens but international student numbers are falling.
IMF warns against income tax for gulf expats

IMF warns against income tax plans for gulf expats

The IMF has warned against taxing the income of expatriates following some Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia, stating they were considering the idea.

Latest International Assignments News & Features

Will Airbnb's rental limits impact the serviced apartments industry?

Airbnb Inc announces rental limits for several European cities

From January 2017, Airbnb will automatically limit the duration of home rentals in certain European cities. London and Amsterdam top the list. How will this impact the serviced accommodation industry?

Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features

Will Airbnb's rental limits impact the serviced apartments industry?

Airbnb Inc announces rental limits for several European cities

From January 2017, Airbnb will automatically limit the duration of home rentals in certain European cities. London and Amsterdam top the list. How will this impact the serviced accommodation industry?

David Sapsted Reports

Migration Watch UK suggests TIer 2 system for EU workers post-Brexit

Think-tank calls for Tier 2 system to control EU skills

A similar system to the existing Tier 2 programme should be put in place for skilled EU migrants coming to work in Britain post-Brexit, suggests Migration Watch UK.
Bank of England warns of Brexit impact

‘Elevated’ Brexit risks facing financial sector, says BoE

In its newly released Financial Stability Report, the Bank of England has warned that the Brexit vote has elevated risks facing the UK’s financial sector.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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