13 May 2019
On 8 May 2019, the governments of Ireland and of the United Kingdom signed a Memorandum of Understanding reaffirming the status, rights and privileges already enjoyed by British and Irish citizens in each others’ states under the Common Travel Area (CTA).
The CTA is a long-standing arrangement between the UK, Ireland and the Crown Dependencies (Bailiwick of Jersey, Bailiwick of Guernsey, Isle of Man) which predates and is independent of Irish and UK membership of the EU. It provides for mutual free movement of people, voting rights and access to social security, health and education.Read More
13 May 2019
Marianne Curphey speaks to Simon Johnston, CEO of Icon Relocation, one of the fastest growing relocation companies in the UK, about the challenges of relocating employees from India to destinations around the globe.
India has huge potential – both inbound and outbound – and it is a country that has seen rapid cultural and economic changes over the past few years.
Until recently, Indian assignees were not supported by their companies when relocating in the same way that employees from the UK might expect to be supported. Instead of receiving advice and financial compensation for the move, many Indian companies sent their...Read More
09 May 2019
Tuesday 14 May & Wednesday 15 May 2019 | 9am – 5pm
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, NW1 2AR Discounts and Complimentary Tickets:
HR and corporate GM Professionals use code FESTGM19 for your complimentary place (code use is strictly monitored).
Schools and education providers: please email email@example.com for discounted places.
RES Forum, Next Gen GM, FOCUS, ARP and AoEC members: your discount code will either be in your latest newsletter, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book tickets for both the Festival and Awards Gala Dinner and receive 25% off. Select the advanced combined ticket.
The Festival of Global People...Read More
06 May 2019
It may not come as a shock to discover house prices in Bristol are rising at a far greater rate than the rest of the UK
Bristol is expected to experience higher-than-average house price and rental growth than the rest of Britain over the next five years, according to a report by Bristol property experts JLL.
During 2018 the value of a typical two-bedroom apartment in Bristol rose from £280,000 to £290,000.
And there is no sign of Bristol’s property values slowing down anytime soon.
In fact according to JLL’s new Find The Gap report property prices are expected to increase by another 1.5...Read More