To achieve the flexibility and agility required to respond to changing business demands while operating within a cost-effective and compliant infrastructure, organisations should explore different types of global mobility assignments.
Global workforce management can pose a range of strategic, logistical and legal challenges for employers as teams and projects span various locations, cultures, time zones, languages and working styles. As
While employers continue to invest in international talent mobility to deliver organisational objectives and drive competitive advantage, the growing challenge of managing risk and mobility compliance should not be underestimated.
Overseas assignment management is becoming increasingly common as employers move away from permanent relocations in favour of more flexible and less costly solutions to deploy key employees to different regions.
Why organisations should leverage big data to enable evidence-based global mobility decisions If your organisation isn’t making the most of data to drive its global mobility programmes – you are missing out.
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