Permits Foundation has created a number of resources which you might find useful. Click on the images below to read each publication.
You can also click here for a list of external international surveys that we feel highlight the importance of dual careers and partner employment in global mobility.
|Permits Foundation – An Introduction Slideshow – this slideshow outlines our aims, strategy and successes, as well as key points from our global surveys. If you would like to use our slides in your own presentations, we will be pleased to send you a copy in PPT format.|
|Permits Foundation Sponsor Brochure – an introduction to Permits Foundation explaining how potential sponsors can get involved and the benefits of supporting dual careers for international companies.|
|Global Summary of Work Authorisation for Families – for more specific details per region, please also see our world map which has useful links to government websites and other carefully researched information by country.|
|The Permits Foundation Brexit Survey (June 2018) looked at the impact of Brexit on EU citizen employees, with a focus on family members during the transition phase and beyond. It was completed by HR and mobility managers in 74 companies, research institutes and universities in the UK.|
|Access of family members of Blue Card holders to employment in EU – a summary guide for a general overview of the EU Blue Card Directive.|
|The Impact of Removing the Unrestricted Right of Dependants to Work in the UK (2015): This survey of 1063 expatriate employees was created in response to a review of the Tier 2 visa route by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) as part of a Government drive to reduce immigration levels. To read all of our respondent comments, please click here.|
|International Mobility & Dual Career Survey 2012 – Permits Foundation surveyed over 177 leading global organisations (employing almost 7.5 million between them) to look at the challenge of dual careers and its potential impact on business success, with some very compelling findings.|
|International Survey of Expatriate Spouses & Partners 2008, Summary Report – this survey examines the views of 3,300 expatriate spouses and partners in 117 host countries, and provides evidence that a lack of employment opportunities adversely affects global mobility of international employees. You can also download the Full Report here.|