Today’s workforce is demanding more flexibility than ever before. At the same time, businesses face increasing pressure to manage the bottom line, attract and retain top talent, and stay competitive in the market.
Failure to adapt to demand from both sides will result in decreased revenue and reduced competitiveness for companies.
However, well-designed global mobility policies can provide the solution companies are looking for while mitigating risks. By enabling employees to work and develop skills internationally, companies can enhance employee retention rates, increase innovation, attract high-caliber candidates, and cultivate a culture that champions diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I).
While the trajectory of global mobility is clear, organizations must carefully craft their mobility policies and practices to ensure they align with the evolving expectations of the new workforce. Failure to do so could have significant implications for employee retention, as evidenced by the Great Resignation of 2021, which saw millions of employees leave their jobs in search of better work-life balance and flexible work arrangements.
In our latest report, we’re taking a deep look at how companies can design and implement mobility policies for their global workforce and exploring the trends shaping the future.
Download the full report to learn more about:
- The impact of global mobility on your company
- Types of mobility on the rise and those in decline
- Global talent hubs
- How to design mobility policies for different industries
- Structuring policies for remote vs in-office work
Complete with a global mobility policy checklist to help you create your own policies, this report is a must read for anyone creating or refining a global mobility policy.