The risks areas of relocation and international assignments

Even the shortest overseas trip can bring risks making it a priority for both employers and relocating employees to be up-to-date and aware of potential risk areas during international assignments.

This hub page contains the key information you need to move people successfully, whether you’re operating domestically or internationally, whether you’re new to relocation or an experienced professional. Even the shortest overseas business trip or commuter assignment brings risks. Often, the areas of highest risk, for both employer and relocating employee, are the ones managers tend to consider least.Relocate can help! Our new hub pages will provide all the specialist information required to ensure you are up-to-date with any mobility related enquiries.

Risk areas

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Today’s employers regularly send their staff to work in another country, whether for a few days or for several years. Many are aware of the risks associated with cross-border working. But, as globalisation increases and businesses rush to compete for opportunities, priorities are often not focused on the relevant risk areas.The four areas of highest risk for international assignments and cross-border working are the ones managers tend to consider least:

  • Immigration
  • Personal income tax
  • Corporate income tax
  • Social security