According to our recent sustainability survey, 42% of companies are actively considering adding furnishing rental and 19% have already done so.
Sustainability initiatives continue to become more integrated in corporate strategy and impact all areas of the business, including Global Mobility.
Compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever given the expansion of remote work, emergence of global roles, talent shortages, and more.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DE&I) is a hot topic in global mobility and with HR experts around the world.
Given the staffing shortages and fierce competition for talent in today’s labor market, companies are leveraging all sorts of methods to be an employer of choice.
Sustainability plays an increasingly prominent role in corporate strategy, and an organisation’s approach to setting ESG (environmental, social and governance) standards directly impacts its global mobility programme.
There is more than one way to implement “one-way” moves.
Events in Ukraine have been at the forefront of everyone’s mind, and global mobility is no exception. Clients are keen to understand how others are dealing with a broad range of challenges both for expatriates and local employees alike.
Last week I hosted one of our Sustainability and Global Mobility webinars and now you have the chance to listen again!