British Airways jet in the sky

The summer season is over and while the media was focused on the plight of passport-clutching holidaymakers desperate in their bid to escape to sunnier climes, professionals trying to travel across continents to relocate for business were virtually unreported.

Empty desks in an office

In current times, businesses are slowly healing from the recent pandemic-led economic strains. Companies are finding ways to adapt to new business norms, whilst growing back their bottom-line.

Relocating offices has become a commonly shared practice in the business world. Some employers are choosing this to host a bigger workspace for their staff, whilst others seek cost-effective benefits to moving.

Desk at home with laptop and PC

 

When relocating professionals across the globe, a short commute to a financial district, a company headquarters or a business park was traditionally in the top three requirements. Now, with employees proving that working from home doesn’t hinder productivity, the temporary switch to desks in our dining rooms is a more permanent working arrangement. 

Power station pumping out smoke

If you’re a Donald Trump sympathizer and think climate change is a made-up phenomenon, you may want to look away now. For the majority of us, the effects of abusing our planet are clear – and need addressing. 

Extreme heat warnings are a new, never-needed-before alert issued by the UK’s Met Office. Devastating floods are sweeping across parts of Europe you’d never associate with tsunami-like rising waters. Temperatures in the Arctic continue to rise, resulting in alarmingly high sea levels. Wildfires regularly ravage swathes of America and Australia, scorching anything in their paths. Sadly, our news feeds are filled with climate disasters on an increasingly frequent (read worrying) basis.

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