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Addressing the Global Mobility Challenge

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The number of employees who cross borders to work is greater than ever because of worldwide demographic changes and the rise in global competition. In the new world of global talent management, companies may be hurt by resting on traditional mobility approaches. A global mobility program should help answer a number of questions: How many mobile employees are there? Who’s involved in what projects? Who’s involved in short-term and rotational assignments? Who’s commuting? For what and why?

To address these changes and challenges, companies must search for effective new human capital strategies to complement their business strategies. In particular, they must look for productive ways to manage the global mobility of their work forces — the new mix of global projects, short-term assignments, commuters, permanent moves and global careerists requires careful management.

Explore the resources to the right to learn more.

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