global mobility

What the large global mobility firms don’t tell you

by ParentalChoice
in Relocation, Parenting, Global Mobility, Family Friendly Companies
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If you are being relocated by your employer, the chances are that you will be connected in with a client liaison person at your employer’s global mobility supplier. Their role will be to help smooth the way for the physical relocation of you, your family and your belongings from where you are, to where you ...

Relocating to Hong Kong as a nanny

by ParentalChoice
in Relocation, Parenting, Nannies, Hong Kong, Global Mobility, Childcare, Career
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I first relocated to Hong Kong as a professional nanny 11 years ago, and I cannot express how fast that time has passed. Never in my wildest dreams would I have ever thought my life would bring me here from the US and that I would end up calling HK home. And while life here ...

Schooling in Frankfurt: The options

by ParentalChoice
in Relocation, Parenting, Global Mobility, Frankfurt, Europe
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So you’re off to live in Frankfurt, or perhaps you’re just considering it. You like the thought of new beers and wines to try, a new language to master, being in the centre or Europe, but this move isn’t just about you. There are little people to consider, or maybe just twinkles in your eye. ...

Special Needs in Frankfurt: Assembling Your Village

by ParentalChoice
in special needs, Parenting, Global Mobility, Frankfurt
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‘It takes a village to raise a child’ is an African proverb often used to explain that children require not only their families but also a supportive community to provide a safe and positive environment in which to develop. When raising a child with special needs, this ‘village’ is even more important but, when raising ...

Avoiding Relocation Meltdowns

by ParentalChoice
in Wellbeing, Relocation, Press Releases, Global Mobility, Family Friendly Companies
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There’s a reason it’s called the nuclear family, and although it’s actually about the nucleus as a core rather than the use of atomic weapons, the possibility of runaway and disastrous chain reactions in the high-pressure situation of an international relocation is very real. Get it wrong and you may have set in motion a ...