The results are in! Sustainability and Global Mobility Pulse Survey

    Oct 29, 2021 @ 09:27 AM / by Mike Wincott

    Sustainability and global mobility

     

    The world’s attention is squarely focused on the issue of sustainability. Many organizations are declaring ambitious sustainability goals at the corporate level, but have these commitments reached Global Mobility, and are they affecting the way companies deploy talent globally?

    This pulse survey aims to answer these two important questions as well as exploring what comes next for sustainability in Global Mobility.

    Embedding sustainable practices into the global mobility program is widely recognized as an important priority by the respondents. Some companies have already taken the initial steps to build sustainability into their mobility program. However, for the majority this is still an emerging area of focus.

    Addressing sustainability can often appear overwhelming and part of the challenge for Global Mobility is that many of the practices associated with talent mobilization come with a heavy carbon footprint. However, this challenge also presents an opportunity as there are also many ways to positively impact the sustainability of the program. Tactical opportunities include addressing relocation, travel and transportation. Strategically, significant impacts can also be achieved through broadening the range of options available to the business to deploy talent creatively, using emerging policies such as remote and virtual project assignments.

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    Topics: Benchmarking, Mobility Policy, Global Mobility, trends in global mobility, sustainability

    Mike Wincott

    Written by Mike Wincott

    Mike Wincott: Senior Director Client Solutions, EMEA Mike joined AIRINC in 2014 and leads our advisory services practice in EMEA. Mike works with global organisations to devise mobility programmes which support overall company strategy, with a particular focus on mobility compensation, operational and policy solutions. Before joining AIRINC, Mike spent 15 years at Deloitte, the last four of which he was the Partner leading Deloitte’s Global Mobility Compensation Services (GMCS) practice in Europe. Having been an expatriate himself, Mike and his family localised in Belgium in 2007. Mike started his career as a tax advisor with Arthur Andersen after gaining a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration from Bath University. He is an alumnus of IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.