Global mobility is playing a more critical role in organizations that are employing all types of mobile employees. International mobility is now being seen as an opportunity for potentially the entire workforce, not just the chosen few. Global Mobility Executive’s 2022 report reveals that international assignments remain the most popular type of move, but the […]
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The global mobility landscape is rapidly evolving, and mobility and HR professionals need to stay ahead of the curve. The past few years forced us to adjust to the new normal after all the disruptions caused by the pandemic, including stress, burnout, disengagement, lower job satisfaction, and higher job demands. As the new year gets […]
It is no secret that the pandemic has changed the way people work and interact with each other. It has also, inadvertently, ushered in an era of increased globalization opportunities. Businesses looking to expand into new countries have access to global markets and new talent pools, which provide growth opportunities for firms operating in multiple industries. Before the pandemic, many early- and medium-stage businesses were […]
Who would have thought that during a global pandemic, businesses would be looking to relocate or branch out in different countries? Well, according to over 80% of respondents in a new report, these businesses are now considering expanding their workforces by looking outside of their boards to find talent.
As the coronavirus crisis worsens, multitudes of industries are experiencing supply shortages, closures by state and federal governments, labor shortages, and many other challenges.
Globally mobile individuals are not as enamored of working abroad as recruiters, hiring managers, and other members of the management team may think. Although the upsides of an overseas assignment help balance the downsides, the negatives cause very real concerns.
By Hector A. Chichoni Because of tremendous advances in technology and transportation, companies are able to locate resources and skills in different parts of the world and manage them as if they were in one place. Competition for resources and skills is brutal and requires speedy and fluid access to global markets. When U.S. employers […]