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Posted by David Pascoe |
Cartus Continues Global Expansion: Opens New Service Center in Brazil

As part of our strategic expansion to better serve our global relocation clients and their transferring employees, we’re proud to announce that earlier this month, we opened our newest service center in São Paulo, Brazil.

This new service center is another important Cartus initiative and a natural expansion for us, as we already have significant experience in Brazil. In 2014 alone, Cartus transferred over 1,300 assignees to and from the country.
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Immigration: Non-EEA Nationals Relocating to the UK

Posted by Des McKell |
Immigration: Non-EEA Nationals Relocating to the UK

Immigration rules often carry unique challenges for international assignees. Our latest Cartus Mobility Insights looks at new legislation that will affect assignees from a non-European Economic Area (EEA) who are planning to relocate to the UK for more than six months.

The Legislation

Non-EEA assignees scheduled to relocate to the UK for six months or more must apply for a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP). From March 2015, this new legislation is expected to be introduced during a country-by-country, four-month implementation phase, which means the assignee’s country of origin will determine exactly when they will be impacted.
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Realogy Reports Financial Results for Full Year 2014

Posted by Kevin Kelleher |

This morning, our parent company, Realogy, issued its financial results for the full year 2014. Read the press release for more information. You may also listen to the recording of the earnings webcast via the Investor Information section of the Realogy website.

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Raytheon Recognizes Cartus for Service Excellence!

Posted by Bill Tully |
Raytheon Recognizes Cartus for Service Excellence!

During our client Raytheon’s recent Supplier Conference, Steve Sebestyen and I were on hand to receive Raytheon’s 2014 Service Excellence Recognition award on behalf of the Cartus team. The conference provides an opportunity for Raytheon to collaborate with key suppliers to drive affordability, innovative solutions, and best-in-class service offerings.

Steve and I were greatly honored to accept the award on behalf of all the hard-working Cartus employees who service the Raytheon account. The Cartus teams work hard every day to support the Raytheon mission of customer success. Our long, productive relationship with Raytheon has been built on a foundation of collaboration and excellent service delivery.
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Relocating to Czech Republic: What You Need to Know

Posted by Lisa Reid |
Relocating to Czech Republic: What You Need to Know

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in Central Europe, bordered by Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Poland. With a developed industrial economy, the Czech Republic attracts many expatriates, especially to the capital city of Prague. Our latest Market Watch on the Czech Republic, produced in conjunction with Cartus’ Destination Service Provider, Inter Relocation, discusses the potential challenges that assignees may face when moving there.

Challenges for International Assignees

Language

In the workplace, English speakers are increasing in the Czech Republic, especially amongst young people, but Czech remains the most widely spoken language. In fact, German and Russian are more common than English, because as a former communist nation, Czech Republic mandated that both languages be taught in schools.
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