Throughout the month of August, Worldwide ERC®’s articles highlighted a broad range of mobility topics – from far-reaching geopolitical regulations to overseas life for expats and their families. Check out the five most-read articles from August and discover valuable insights to drive your organization’s mobility programs and policies forward.
1. GDPR Impact: 3 Months After Enforcement Date
Three months ago, the European Union (EU) began enforcing compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Learn what has transpired since.
2. 10 Questions to Ask Your Employer Before Your Relocation
Relocating for your career can be a huge step. Here are 10 questions you need to ask your employer—and yourself—before relocating.
3. Worldwide ERC® Engages U.S. Lawmakers on Business Immigration Policy
Immigration policy has continued to be an extremely high-profile issue this year in the U.S. and around the globe. Worldwide ERC® is committed to keeping our readers up-to-date on pressing issues as they relate mobility.
4. Relinquishment of U.S. Citizenship Declines Sharply in 2018
The United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently released statistics on the number of U.S. Citizens and long-term residents who have chosen to relinquish that status for recent periods, showing declines over other recent periods.
5. Creativity ‘Lunch & Learn’ with Entrepreneur Josh Linkner at 2018 Global Workforce Symposium
Five-time tech entrepreneur Josh Linkner will share his expert opinion on creativity and innovation in the global mobility space during the Global Workforce Symposium luncheon on 18 October 2018.
Want to discuss trending mobility topics with noted experts? Join Josh and mobility professionals from around the world at the 2018 Global Workforce Symposium this October in Seattle, Washington. There, you’ll be able to discuss and gain valuable knowledge on the latest industry insights, best practices, career development information, and the future of mobility in our much-anticipated Symposium. Register today to attend!