Cost Consciousness in the 'New Normal' for HR Leaders
While there are many steps to be taken to adapt to the emerging new normal created by COVID-19, there are two specific to global mobility policy that are important to address.
First, we must enhance our duty of care offerings for employees. Not only is it our responsibility to promote the wellbeing of our employees, if we don’t, employees may not be willing to relocate. Second, many companies are facing a challenging financial environment. Costs are being scrutinized and global mobility programs at most companies will not be immune from pressures to cut costs.
While the temptation may be to cut costs across the board, a more balanced approach is recommended. As we consider how to respond it is important to think carefully about the best ways to balance the need to protect our employees, while at the same time keeping an eye on expenses.
Balancing Cost in Global Mobility Report
We have prepared this document to help guide global mobility professionals during this challenging time. Our focus is on:
- Leveraging various assignment types
- The employee value proposition
- Considering allowance levels
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