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  • Preparing your expatriation to make it more eco-friendly
    • 16 May 2022
    • Lifestyle
    The term “eco-expat” is very much in vogue at the moment, it is echoed in societies that are increasingly concerned about their environment and its preservation. This term eco-expat” refers to an expatriation that is considered more environmentally friendly. Expatriation, by definition, means being far from one’s country of origin and this does not happen […]
  • Changing jobs to expatriate: take advantage of the "Great Resignation"
    • 16 May 2022
    • News
    Nearly one in two employees would consider quitting during 2022. The 2021 Work Trend Index survey conducted by Microsoft is clear: the desire to change jobs has never been so strong. Loss of meaning, physical fatigue, lack of pay progression or a desire to be somewhere else, and what if the “Great Resignation” were to […]
  • What is the impact of Brexit on expatriates?
    • 28 April 2022
    • News
    The withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union has had a significant impact on businesses but also on individuals, British and European, on both sides of the Channel. In addition to the  economic consequences on growth, investment and employment, what are the concrete repercussions on European expats in the UK and British nationals […]
  • The rise of influencers in Dubai
    • 26 April 2022
    • Expat life
    Their names are Nabilla, Hugo Philip, Max Stanton or Pallavi Dean… They are based in Dubai, and they spend most of their time on social media sharpening their digital weapons to conquer the world. For a few years now, the glittering emirate has been attracting influencers from everywhere on the planet; this new crowd are […]
  • Expert Talk #1: Louis, Account Manager
    • 22 April 2022
    • Foyer Global Health
    Hello Louis, today you are Account Manager at Foyer Global Health, and the very first member to take part of the Expert talk project! First of all, can you please tell us a bit more about yourself: your background, when did you join Foyer Global Health? Of course, my name is Louis, I am from […]
  • Which are the world’s most expensive cities?
    • 20 April 2022
    • Expat life
    While the attractiveness of a city or country is certainly a positive reason for moving abroad, the cost of living is an all important consideration.  When thinking of expatriation, the cost of housing, heating, schools and healthcare in your designation city are most often utmost on your mind. Foyer Global Health sheds some light on […]
  • Expat mental health: how to prevent risks?
    • 15 April 2022
    • Health
    Two years ago, we shared with you an article on homesickness and its impact on stress specific to expatriates, without knowing that in 2022, the subject would be even more topical. Indeed, the Covid-19 crisis has particularly amplified this problem and led some governments to make mental health a pillar of their national strategy. Health […]
  • Expat Partner: 5 ways to get the most out of it!
    • 14 April 2022
    • Expat life
    • Lifestyle
    66.2 million is the number of expatriates listed by Finacorrd, a company specialising in market research. 66.2 million people have left their native land for better working conditions, a more pleasant environment or a more competitive salary. It also potentially means several million men and women who have decided to follow their expatriate spouse. This […]
  • Should we still choose expatriation to Switzerland?
    • 12 April 2022
    • Expat life
    In 2021, foreign nationals in Switzerland represented more than a quarter (26.4%) of the country’s working population (of which 18.9% were European nationals). If the country of Gruyère cheese and watches appears at the top of the HSBC Expat ranking, it is constantly falling in the Internations Expat Insider ranking (30th). Whether Switzerland is a […]
  • World Health Day 2022
    • 07 April 2022
    • Health
    The origin of the word health goes back to the Latin “salus” or “salvatio”, which means: “to be able to overcome an obstacle”. This meaning has evolved in our society until, in 1946, the World Health Organisation (WHO) defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence […]