To assess the ways workforce mobility has changed since the pandemic, we interviewed experts from around the industry about the things they've learned about work, family and themselves during this odd and uncertain time.
For many countries, this upcoming Sunday, May 10, is Mother’s Day, when we celebrate and honor the strong women in our lives. And this year, more than ever, the role of a mother has changed not only quickly, but drastically.
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?
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 fluidity of the coronavirus news makes for an uncertain and stressful time for everyone. This is heightened further for parents as they manage their own wellness in addition to their family’s physical and mental health.