At Plus, we've seen an increase in the number of graduate and rotational assignments moving into every conceivable corner of the world. However, it's not the case that every employer will partially or fully support this kind of relocation, and in many instances, graduates and first-time movers are expected to pack their bags, grab a flight and make it work.
This Guardian article highlights the experiences of relocating without structured support. At Plus, we'd always advocate the use of a structured policy that takes immigration and tax compliance, employee safety, finances and destination support into account.
If you’re interested in learning more about graduate and rotational assignments, we’ve published a few articles on the topic which can be found on our website. While you're there, take a peek at our award-winning Elo Assist technology which is a perfect solution for these move types!
International work is no longer the province of a few select senior managers, but has become everyday enough to cross the desk of juniors, too. More and more graduates are increasingly opting to study, live and work outside of their home countries in pursuit of professional success and adventure along the way.