Global Mobility Resolutions for 2022

    Jan 31, 2022 @ 09:49 AM / by Emily Stewart


    What will you focus on for 2022?

    To kick-start a new year of Mobility, we asked organizations about their resolutions for 2022, and the responses might surprise you.

    New year, New GM: Whether it’s using technology to automate data, giving assignment policies a sleek new look, or providing functionality that allows assignees to self-serve, about half of all organizations in our most recent poll report a trend in modernizing Global Mobility’s perception and approach.

    Challenging the status quo: Many GM teams are looking to invest time creating and reviewing their policies on DE&I, Remote Work, and Sustainability, allowing Global Mobility to act as a strategic partner within the business and drive organizational change. About 25% of poll respondents are focusing on improving the assignee experience and/or reviewing assignment policies in the coming months.

    Knowledge Sharing: A common resolution across GM teams for 2022 has been to take a proactive stance: keeping on top of market trends, collecting analytics, and reviewing competitive compensation positions within the market.

    How can we help your team achieve their New Year goals for 2022?

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    Webinar: Sustainability and Global Mobility

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    Topics: Benchmarking, Mobility Policy, Global Mobility, Workforce globalization, Global Compensation, Mobility trends, Thought Leadership, trends in global mobility

    Emily Stewart

    Written by Emily Stewart

    Emily joined AIRINC's as a Client Engagement Manager in 2016. Prior to joining, she held various positions at Deloitte, Graebel Relocations, and Cartus, where she specialized in global mobility consulting and expatriate compensation. Emily holds degrees in French and Spanish from Oklahoma State University. Originally from the U.S.A., Emily has also lived in the Czech Republic, Brazil, and Belgium; she is now based in AIRINC’s London office.