White paper | The future of work and the impact on Global Mobility—Part one
What the white paper covers:
The Global Mobility function is evolving. Shifts in globalisation, use of technology, and changes in how we live and work are all playing their part in shaping and changing the Global Mobility industry. In this white paper we explore the topic ‘The Future of Work and the Impact on Global Mobility’
The way we worked in the past is very different to how we work today. The way we work now is under-going change and how we’ll work in the future is ever-evolving. How can the Global Mobility function adapt, react and act?
Written for HR and Global Mobility professionals, it’s part of our ‘Global Mobility Insights’ series. In this two-part white paper, we explore some of the key business and geopolitical drivers behind the latest mobility trends and their potential impact on the deployment of internationally mobile employees.
The first white paper looks at the shifts in globalisation over the past several years, and how this is affecting Global Mobility. In part two, we explore in more detail the shift in assignment trends, and the increasing pressures on organisations to move at pace to respond to business opportunities and the pressures that this creates for global mobility and HR teams.
Following the recent launch of Santa Fe Relocation’s 2018 Global Mobility Survey entitled ‘REACT: Transformation in the age of uncertainty’, this White Paper (part one and two) focuses on findings from section three of the report.
Download part one to:
- Discover the drivers behind the latest mobility trends and their potential impact on the deployment of internationally mobile employees
- How the shifts in the global economy are affecting movements of expatiate talent
- We look at the challenges and issues that geopolitical changes, new locations and call for greater diversity are creating for Global Mobility teams.
- The changing nature of how people mobilise to work internationally – now and moving forward into the future
- The changing experience for those seeking an international career