Mobility’s scope of responsibility continues to broaden, challenging the function’s ability to advise their customers in a progressively complex global business environment.
The increased demands on Mobility have made it critical for the function to understand and stay ahead of internal customer needs and to structure the team to deliver on those needs.
In a clear sign that Mobility is making progress on these objectives, this year’s results show the function focusing more on creating positive business and talent outcomes than on operational aspects. The top three priorities reported this year are:
- Enhancing the employee experience (73%)
- Redesigning the mobility program (56%)
- Simplifying the program (52%)
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