What is the Mobility Outlook for 2023?

    Dec 08, 2022 @ 06:29 PM / by Brooke Caligan

    2023 MOS invite - MOS covers

    Has the Global Mobility function fundamentally changed?

    With expanding responsibilities and multiple touch-points within organizations, Global Mobility is more agile and creative than ever before.

    Our long-running survey is currently open for responses, take a look back through some of the surveys we have published over the years. Now is your chance to participate!

    AIRINC’s 2023 Mobility Outlook Survey digs into the important issues impacting your mobility program today and explores the initiatives that companies will concentrate on in the year ahead.

    Take part in this brief survey to explore:

    • Global Mobility’s increased responsibilities and the resources to support it
    • The continued need for employee and business flexibility
    • Policy trends and managing policy choices

    Your answers will be aggregated and completely anonymous, and you will receive early access to the results. The survey will be open until the end of December, and the results will be published in early 2023.

     

    Participate Now!

     

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    Topics: Surveying the World, AIRINC News, Mobility Outlook Survey, Thought Leadership, Advisory Services, Global Mobility News, Expatriates, Talent, Research

    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.