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Summer Magazine 2024 Out Now

by | Jun 26, 2024

ESG and Sustainability are the key themes that dominated Relocate Global’s seventeenth annual Awards which took place on 6 June in the opulent surroundings of Two Temple Place in London.

More than 80 guests from around the world joined managing editor Fiona Murchie to acknowledge and celebrate incredible examples of how the sector is supporting global people on the move.

The awards celebrated the best in global employment, talent management, DSPs, RMCs, international schools, serviced apartments and academia. Our summer magazine has all the details of this amazing night in our article Winners Celebrate in Style.

Elsewhere in the magazine we look at how Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations are no longer an optional part of your business strategy – they are an essential component of your stakeholder relationships in Marianne Curphey’s article How Sustainable is your Global Mobility Programme?

Ruth Holmes reports on how human-centric approaches to work, change management and personal leadership intersect with AI in People first: Tech adoption in the global context, while David Sapsted reports on the latest visa scams, what governments are doing to combat them and the issues employers need to be aware of in his article Staying Safe from Immigration Scammers.

In The Next Normal, Ruth Holmes examines the practices and approaches that offer the best return on investment – including upskilling mobility expertise. We look at how demand for Serviced Apartments is growing, as organisations cite traveller safety and cost containment as their top priorities.

Relocate Global managing director Fiona Murchie reports on The Permits Foundation Conference where the issues around a partner’s right to work took centre stage, and she also examines Global mobility supply & demand: What is happening in the corporate world?

Pioneering professional athlete turned broadcaster Alex Scott MBE shares her career tips with Ruth Holmes reports, and Dr Sue Shortland reports on progress on ESG, and China’s growing international role.

In our special high performance supplement, read top leadership tips from the Turbocharging Performance masterclass, held in April at Henley Business School.

In our Education section, learn how online schooling has become a game changer for families living abroad, the value of the IB, and how technology is pushing schools to shake up their offering that better reflects the evolving world of work.



In this issue:

Global Mobility

People First: Tech adoption in the global context – Ruth Holmes

Global mobility supply & demand: What is happening in the corporate world? – Fiona Murchie & Marianne Curphey

Staying safe from immigration scammers – David Sapsted‘Partnering for Progress’ Permits Foundation 2024 Conference – Fiona Murchie

The next normal: The business case for better mobility – Ruth Holmes

Millionaires on the move: migrating the world’s top 1% – David Sapsted

How sustainable is your mobility programme? – Marianne Curphey

Tech-focused, sustainable and personalised – here are the emerging trends in serviced apartments – Marianne Curphey

Global Leadership

Developing your career in an international role: Alex Scott, MBE at HR Technology Conference – Ruth Holmes

ESG: Learning from the Awards – Sue Shortland

Leading change through dialogue with an international mindset – Marianne Curphey

Culturally-attuned leadership: the case of China – Sue Shortland

Turbocharging Performance masterclass lifts off – Amira Kohler

Research shows wellbeing support gap for global employees – Sarah Dennis, Towergate Health & Protection

Global Education

Augmented learning: Discover the technology shaking up schools from Guillermo Delso Segovia of SEK Education Group – Ledetta-Wossen

A grades from anywhere: The surprising advantages of online school for IGCSE, A level and IB students – King’s InterHigh

Focus on France: An international education – Sally Robinson

The great IB debate – Sally Robinson

Think Global People & Relocate Awards Supplement 2024:

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Behind the scenes coverage at Two Temple PlaceWinner features for the nine categoriesThe winners and what made them shineThe Sponsors, Supporters and organisations celebrating our 20th Anniversary