Looking Ahead: The Future of Remote Work and COVID-19's Impact on Mobility [Download]

    Oct 23, 2020 @ 03:53 PM / by Brooke Caligan

    Future of Remote Work - AIRINC Benchmark Report

    COVID-19, Global Mobility, and the Workforce of the Future

    COVID-19 has left an indelible mark on Global Mobility and the workforce of the future. The sudden (and potentially sustained) use of remote work arrangements, a transformed employee experience, and evolving business strategies are all opportunities for Global Mobility.

    Over 40% of companies have either already changed or are planning a review of their mobility program due to COVID-19. The biggest drivers for change are increased flexibility for the business, cost containment, aligning with talent strategy, and improving the employee experience.

     


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    52% of companies expect overall global mobility activity (assignments, transfers, etc.) to remain the same or increase, although how this activity
    looks may change. Traditional policies will still be used, but companies expect increased use of virtual assignments, international business travel, and short-term assignments compared to pre-COVID-19 days. Global Mobility will be using its full suite of policy types to meet business needs and attract and retain talent.

     

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    Download your copy of AIRINC's latest report, Looking Ahead: The Future of Remote Work and COVID-19’s Impact on Mobility today. This 29-page report contains bountiful insights from over 190 best-in-class companies from around the globe.

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    About AIRINC

    Listen | Partner | Deliver.  For over 60 years, AIRINC has helped clients with the right data, cutting-edge technology, and thought-leading advice needed to effectively deploy talent worldwide. Our industry expertise, solutions, and service enable us to effectively partner with clients to navigate the complexity of today’s global mobility programs. As the market continues to evolve, AIRINC seeks innovative ways to help clients address new workforce globalization challenges, including mobility program assessment metrics and cross-border talent mobility strategy. Our approach is designed with your success in mind. With an understanding of your goals and objectives, we ensure you achieve them. Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, USA, AIRINC has full-service offices in Brussels, London, and Hong Kong. Learn more by clicking here.

     


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    Topics: Hardship, Benchmarking, Mobility Policy, Global mobility, Benchmark my policy, Advisory Services, COVID-19, COVID-19 Recovery

    Brooke Caligan

    Written by Brooke Caligan

    In Brooke’s current role she is responsible for designing and managing benchmark studies and analytical projects on AIRINC’s Advisory Services team. Her experience in benchmarking includes surveys for major oil and gas, consumer products and pharmaceutical companies. She has also been the lead analyst on numerous transition and integration initiatives within various industries. Brooke joined AIRINC in 2004 and prior to her current role she was a client services manager, responsible for providing services to client accounts in multiple industry sectors including oil and gas, pharmaceutical, financial services, manufacturing and technology.