Expat Partner Support

The success of your internationally recruited professional is linked to the career options for their partners.

International assignments are an integral element of strategic international business development. Global Mobility and Talent Management are increasingly becoming interlinked as organisations seek to attract, develop and retain the best candidates.

Many dual career partners have to make the difficult decision on whether to accept an overseas assignment or not.

It has been researched and noted in various global mobility surveys that refusals to accept an assignment can often be due to concern for the partner’s career or employability in the host country (ref. Permits Foundation 2012)

Whether your organisation has a partner support package or not, we can provide a tailor-made solution for an effective and budget friendly career transition plan that will help the partners of your international recruits (expats) make their career choices.

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Testimonials

Teresa and I worked through a series of career coaching sessions, as I was in a career transition. Coming from civil/military aviation background, Teresa has helped me acknowledged my career anchors, defined my key skills, and defined my career objectives through various assignments. She helped me identified the transferrable skills to other industry sectors. Shortly within a month, I was already offered a number of positions across a wide range of industries. Never thought I had these abilities within me. All in all, it was productive sessions and very well structured. Highly recommended for the expats and the international communities seeking for the next career change.

James Kuan-Hung Chen, The Hague