Posted By Fabiana Hershfield
Effective immediately, companies in Beijing who sponsor foreign national employees are advised to re-register with the local Exit and Entry Administration. Failure to do so may impact applications filed with the local Public Security Bureau (PSB).
Posted By Alzone Ang
China is one of Cartus’ top ten destinations worldwide. While it is known for its unique history and culture, China also presents challenges for international assignees and the companies that move them there. When new tax changes in China threatened to derail a client’s expense management processing…
Posted By Fiona Redford
Dubai is a vibrant, new city in every sense of the word, with a number of potential challenges for unprepared expatriates and business travellers. Mobility managers and relocating employees should be aware of three new pieces of legislation affecting moves to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Posted By Neil Bussel
Cartus is excited to introduce our new Leading Edge Analytics Practice, LEAP, which will bring revolutionary capabilities to clients and their relocating population through the use of predictive analytics, allowing us to forecast relocation outcomes for mobility managers and personal move milestones…