Getting an expatriate worker on board always involves an investment in training, physical relocation of the worker and of course the cost of the worker. They are always expected to start work immediately and be productive. This is where the orientation comes in. It is the process of making the expatriate worker feel at home, prepared for the new location of work, and of course ready to get started on the job.
WHY EXPAT SERVICES
Expatriate workers are often faced with a lot of challenges. They have to relocate, meet new people learn new cultures, new ways of doing things, deal with local bureaucracies etc. This can be stressful and our expat orientation program helps ease this transition.
- Local Expat Orientation
- Accomodation Searches and Occupier services
- Airport Meet and Greet
- Local service onboarding
- School Search
- Work Permit Support
- School Location for children
Your recently arrived team members need to know their surroundings, the more they do, the higher the likely hood of their increasing their productivity.
Your HR Team may need local support Many of the issues that occur on the ground might need immediate locally relevant advice. Your HR team(s) might not be able to advise on where to get a nanny, or a visit to the best schools, places of worship etc.… .
Even the minor needs to get done
So your team member recently arrived? They will need to get some local administration work and registrations done. What seems normal for locals might not be straight forward for your recently arrived expat team member.
Your HR Team needs local support
Many of the issues that occur on the ground might need immediate locally relevant advice. Your HR team(s) might not be able to advise on where to get a nanny, or a visit to the best schools, places of worship etc.. Setting up office spaces or moving from one workspace to another can get really intense and stressful at some point when one finds it hard to find a space of preference that falls in one’s budget