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Is Your Global Talent Mobility Policy Truly Diverse? 06.22.2020 | Laura Levenson

Most workforce mobility policies are designed to manage the relocation of a nuclear family to destinations where they may easily adapt. But today’s assignee population includes a wider range of genders, ethnicities, needs and abilities, all requiring non-traditional support to thrive on an international transfer or assignment.

Podcast: Your Relocation Policy and COVID-19 06.11.2020 | Jennifer Connell

It’s been several months since the pandemic surrounding COVID-19 did what would have seemed almost impossible before 2020: It ceased mobility and travel on a global basis for an extended period of time.

Taking a New Look at Duty of Care 06.9.2020 | Jennifer Connell

When freedom of talent mobility resumes -- whether that comes sooner or later -- attention to Duty of Care will be even more critical than ever.
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Now More Than Ever, We Believe in Each Other 06.5.2020

Our Belief in Each Other is our most critical corporate value, and there is nothing we take more seriously than empowering our colleagues to be the agents of change they want to see in our company and in our global communities. Especially in these turbulent times.
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COVID-19 and Talent Mobility in the EU: A Snapshot 06.3.2020 | Avrom Goldberg

The next several weeks will be a crucial period for employers and workforce mobility managers in the European Union to develop a plan for when the global economy and borders begin to re-open.

Podcast: Keeping Talent Moving During a Pandemic 06.1.2020 | Laura Levenson

In our latest podcast, our Global Practice Leader and two destination service providers discuss the current state of global mobility and how creative solutions can help keep your talent moving.

How to Reduce International Mobility Spend 05.1.2020 | Jennifer Connell

Understanding how your policy components and administration can impact your program costs is critical to creating a mobility program that achieves the balance between engaging your mobile talent and restraining overall spend.

Dreaming of Tomorrow’s Travel 04.22.2020 | Sarah Kenning

As our industry continues to evaluate the impact of the global pandemic on mobility, one world traveler weighs in on the toughest, and most elusive question: Will employees want to move post-coronavirus?

How to Reduce Mobility Spend: Focus on Domestic Direct Costs 04.16.2020 | Jennifer Connell

Understanding how your policy components and administration can impact your program costs is critical to creating a mobility program that achieves the balance between engaging your mobile talent and restraining overall spend.

Speakers Lounge @ EuRA Podcast 04.8.2020 | Morgan E. Wiedmann

Our Global Practice Leader and Director, Global Supply Chain chat with EuRA’s COO about the impact they are seeing with COVID-19 on the operations and supply chain.

Working Remotely? Eight Ways to Adjust to Your New Workspace 03.20.2020 | Morgan E. Wiedmann

One of the most immediate and apparent impacts of the Coronavirus has been to the way we work. Companies worldwide that have the ability to do so have enacted alternative work policies to encourage social distancing, stop the spread of the virus and keep their talent safe.

The Coronavirus and Your Mobile Workforce 03.13.2020 | Ellie Sullivan

The global coronavirus outbreak is evolving quickly and raising concerns for international assignees and global business travelers, as well as the people who manage them.
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