Covering All Phases of the Journey


The first step is to pair the employee with the appropriate Navigator (based on regional experience and other parameters per the assignee and assignment). The next step is to arrange for our proprietary IAP assessment which uses AI to identify areas that are likely to cause assignment stresses, compromises, and even failures. It also generates profiles of risk awareness based on the known risks and threats associated with each region.

Dedicated Navigator

The Navigator reviews the IAP intake and identifies the expatriate’s background, strengths and issues/concerns that are addressed in a call. They review the report together and the Navigator answers any questions that arise.  A joint-action plan is developed and recommendations agreed upon to best help them to make a successful transition to living and working in their new country.

Duty of Care for Managers

Education and training that provides managers with an understanding of the levels of risk and danger at given world locations and their responsibilities to ensure the safety of their employees.  Click here for more. 

In Country Expatriate/Family Support

Navigators maintain regular communications for the length of the assignment. The assigned Navigator makes quarterly “status” calls to the expat for a structured intake. Click here for more. 

Navigating the Return Home

Twenty three percent of repatriated employees leave their company during the first year following return; 40% leave within three years. mBARC’s repatriation process ensures a successful transition back home and to the workplace, and put in a position where he/she is best able to leverage what he/she learned and gained during the overseas assignment, increasing job satisfaction and retention. Click here for more. 

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