This post explores some immigration-related changes that will likely take place in the UK as a result of Brexit.
On November 8, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi declared that two of his country’s most-used bank notes would be worthless starting in January. This post explains Modi’s justifications for the experiment and its wide-ranging consequences.
A Swedish Court's recent permanent-establishment ruling against a German company reflects a trend of evolving and increasingly strict PE regulations around the world. This post explains why the case is important for multinationals everywhere and what they can do to protect themselves from PE-related risks.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech this month to the World Economic Forum about the importance of globalization presented an unexpected and bizarre contrast to President Trump’s protectionist inaugural address. This post explains why some feel the US is in effect about to play the part of the 2003 Buffalo Bills to China’s 2003 New England Patriots.
Here are three points from Theresa May’s historic January 17, 2017 Brexit speech that US multinationals should know.
Many of China’s super-rich have turned to the West for guidance on etiquette, in particular to the UK tradition of employing a butler to oversee staff and household operations. As a result, schools devoted to training butlers are proliferating in the country.
Several trends are making it hard for global employers to hold onto workers, and the problem is not likely to let up soon. But companies with a good understanding of what motivates employees can take steps to increase engagement, upping the odds that workers will stick around.
McDonald’s announced a partnership with a Chinese state-funded conglomerate and a US private equity firm. The $2 billion deal reflects economic and cultural realities in China and is evidence of McDonald’s willingness to depart from its traditional domestic strategies when doing business across borders.
Sending employees abroad is critical in today’s global economy, but expat assignments are expensive and businesses must get the most out of their investments to be successful. What is often overlooked is the value returning expats bring to an organization after they come home, and how difficult it can be to retain returned expats.
Nicaragua is one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere, but it may soon become a major player in the world economy. Its partnership with a Chinese company and plans to build a waterway to compete with the Panama Canal may signal that China has set its sights on competing with the US in Central America. This post explains the potential benefits and downsides of the proposed canal, which The New York Times says would be "the largest movement of earth in the planet’s history."
This post gives an overview of the different types of SSAE 16 reports and why they’re an essential tool for service and software organizations like Radius, and for the clients and prospects that use them.
Radius published more than 100 blog posts in 2016 on subjects ranging from maternity leave to the European Commission's Apple ruling to what Trump's victory could mean for US companies operating abroad. Here's our list of the year's best.