Unique Relocation – Consultor Externo

ESTAMOS CONTRATANDO FREELANCERS – Consultor(a) de relocation – externo Locais: Requisitos: O consultor será o responsável pela adaptação de profissionais estrangeiros e suas famílias nas localidades, assessorando com visitas de moradias, escolas, city tours de familiarização, entre outros serviços relacionados à acomodação. Gostou da vaga? Entre em contato com a gente, através do e-mail e […]

Visa for Digital Nomads in Latin America

The nomadic lifestyle has been gaining traction for more than a decade for freelancers working in the digital sector. The pandemic and rapid digitization of companies made this lifestyle attractive also for professionals hired by companies. I myself have a couple of friends who decided to pack a motorhome and go from Argentina to Alaska […]

The Advancement of Immigration Legislation in Mexico: Accessibility for Foreigners

For 37 years, the General Population Law and its Regulations was the legislation in charge of regulating the legal situation of foreigners in Mexico, as well as the immigration processes applicable to them. For several lawyers and legal scholars, this Law was clearer and more specific, since it indicated migratory characteristics in which foreigners could […]

Mobility Policies, Leadership Development and Racial Inclusion

Mobility Policies, Leadership Development, and Racial Inclusion – what are you doing about it? Brazil Talks recently hosted a panel to discuss the importance of data collection and analysis for the strategic development of mobility programs. The webinar is available on the website for those who want to watch it and it is very interesting. […]

The decision to live abroad.

Let’s talk about the choice to live abroad and its impact? Having the opportunity or choosing to go abroad with your family is exciting, and believe me, it can also be stressful. There are a few variables that need to be taken into consideration before embarking on this move, and there are a number of […]

Remote work and foreign workers in Peru

With the entry into force of the State of Health Emergency in March of last year 2020 (and still in force), employers were authorized to implement the modality of “remote work” within their corporations, being applicable to: workers of the “Risk Group for Age and Clinical Factors” (comorbidities) provided by express regulations of the Health […]

CURRENT MOBILITY SITUATION IN VENEZUELA

In Venezuela, to travel abroad, even though the Civil Aeronautical Institute issued an official statement indicating that restrictions on commercial flights will remain in force. However, some flight routes have been approved, only through the following countries: Dominican Republic, Panama, Bolivia, Mexico, Iran and Turkey. Internally, since the general pandemic decree in the first quarter […]

Flexibility… this is the watchword of these times.

Flexibility… this is the watchword of these times… flexibility in the choice of the type of expatriation, in the destinations, in the benefits packages, in the expatriate profile… in other words… in everything… Until a new expatriation policy is written, approved, and implemented, it will be common for companies to be faced with many requests […]

It is common, for the Global Mobility Advisor, to be asked about languages.

“Which are the most spoken languages in the world?”, “Which languages do I need to know in order to work in Global Mobility?”, “Which language is most spoken in Switzerland?”, “When I get there, will I need to know the local dialect?”, are some examples of questions received. This type of questioning is part of […]

Working remotely in multicultural teams:

Remote work is growing. We have to recognize that it is sometimes a challenge to do a job or project remotely. If we add the complexities of different cultures and work styles, it is undoubtedly much more complicated. Some quick tips for when you have to go through this situation: You can’t help but think […]