Santa Fe Relocation’s Global Mobility Survey 2020/21
Take part in our annual award-winning Global Mobility Survey of HR/Global Mobility professionals worldwide.
Now in its ninth year, the research aims to support HR/Global Mobility teams to have more strategic conversations with leadership and to benchmark and review current Global Mobility programmes, to help drive policy.
The survey will allow you to:
- Find out about international mobility trends for 2020-21 and make your forecasts for the profession in the next two years.
- Have a point of reference for your international mobility activities in the form of the biggest global survey carried out among international mobility professionals.
Share your views, insights, challenges and current practices and you’ll get an advanced copy of the published research report, released later in the year. Take the 15-minute 2020/21 survey here:
NEW closing date: Sunday 7th June 2020.
Research independently conducted by Savanta. Commissioned by Santa Fe Relocation.
“The survey has historically been a valuable source of knowledge for us…it helps us informally benchmark where we stand versus others but more than that, it also helps us understand what our senior leadership and those in similar positions want and expect from their Global Mobility teams and leaders. It’s a great resource and well worth investing in.” David Carmichael, Director, Global Mobility COE, CGI
"This Global Mobility Survey is an excellent reference material for HR and business professionals. From my doctoral research into understanding the true value generated by international assignments, there is still a huge gap. The Santa Fe Global Mobility Survey is an important step in helping everyone close this gap. Even more so in a post Covid19 world when the complexities and hence the costs are increasing enormously” Dr Phil Renshaw PhD, PGCHE, MCT, ACIB, ACC, BSc, Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University and author (Coaching On the Go)
“The reference for Global Mobility Professionals and beyond. Ensures a real return on investment …” Erik Mathys, Compensation and Benefits, Global Mobility and Executive Pay manager at Etex