In this paper, we explore what’s next for Global Mobility professionals over the next 24 months as we rapidly move towards the next decade.
In our recently published research findings Global Mobility Survey 2019 – REVISION – Mobility through the looking glass, we have seen the progress reported by many HR/Global Mobility practitioners in the changing nature of their roles.
There’s an expectation to be a lot of things—subject specialists in all matters associated with compliance, HR, relocation, local country employment market practices, analytics, employee counsellors as well as being agile and flexible, structured and consistent, commercial and innovative —what a job role!
‘The Internet of Things’, AI (artificial intelligence) and the increasing pace and complexity of international work arrangements are all contributing factors of a more blurred, uncertain future.
Download the paper to:
- Gain an comprehensive and insightful overview of how the Global Mobility profession is evolving – a trending and popular topic in the industry.
- Gain a checklist and action plan for effectively managing and navigating change.
- Gain recommendations on how to overcome common challenges.
Key questions explored:
- What do Business leaders think will impact Global Mobility teams over the next 24 months?
- How will the structure of Global Mobility teams evolve over the next 24 months? What are the differences by region and by industry?
- What are the interventions and trends that will impact the Global Mobility function? Is there a difference between Global Mobility professionals and business leaders?
- What tasks are Global Mobility teams currently doing? How does it compare with what business leaders would like the function to focus on?
- How are costs tracked during an assignment?
This white paper is part of Santa Fe Relocation’s Global Mobility Insights series – helping HR/Global Mobility teams to support their internationally mobile employees
Live webinar on 26th September 2019, register here ‘Redefining the contribution of the Global Mobility profession‘
Report: 2019 Global Mobility Survey ‘REVISION: Mobility through the looking glass’