Top Priorities | 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey
Employee experience is a top priority for 73% of participants in 2020. Organizations can deliver a positive experience when they view mobility from the perspective of the employee throughout the process of attracting, relocating, and (when required) repatriating employees.
This means offering clear guidance, communicating the potential impact on career opportunities, and delivering some degree of flexibility. Sixty-six percent of companies offer flexibility for assignees/transferees and 30% plan to increase employee flexibility this year for specific populations, most commonly junior-level talent.
Among companies offering lump sums, 50% provide guidance or resources to help employees use their money effectively. Seventy-three percent of programs offer videos or other digital content to educate employees about Mobility and the flexibility provided.
To learn more, listen to our recorded webinars, which you can access below:
Part 1: 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey: The latest trends and what to expect this year
Listen to our webinar recording for a review of the 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey results and a discussion on:
- What companies care about today and have planned for the coming year
- How companies are enhancing the employee experience
- Ways companies are delivering flexibility to the business and employees
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Part 2: Mobility Outlook Survey: Why mobility strategy matters
Mobility is focusing more on being an advisor to the business. Access our webinar recording to learn:
- The value of a strategic mobility function
- Trending strategies
- Case studies on how companies have made Mobility more strategic
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