Global Mobility Consulting
Redesigning your mobility experience
How can organizations create efficiencies in their global mobility strategies?
Assignee populations and related global mobility program costs have soared in recent years due to huge global economic growth. The challenge for many organizations is how to manage cost reduction mandates while supporting global business growth objectives and retaining and rewarding the best performers.
How are you dealing with:
- New locations (both host locations and sending locations)?
- An increasingly complex regulatory environment?
- Changing policy perspectives?
- New drivers in the market (technology, competition, etc.)?
- An ever-growing M&A environment?
An idea to consider
Now could be the time to perform an assignee inventory as well as a review of your overall global mobility program performance. The review should cover:
- Mobility strategy
- Program costs
- Governance charter
- Service delivery model
- Mobility policies
- Process framework
What value can you realize?
By effectively managing the HR aspects of an international assignment, organizations can avoid:
- Dissatisfied and confused international employees
- Decreased productivity
- Increased administrative issues
- Overpayments, lost planning opportunities
- Costly or inefficient processes
How can we work together to achieve this?
We offer a full range of international assignment services to assist companies in harnessing the value of global mobility while managing its risks by providing consulting support in these key areas:
- Align global mobility program objectives with business objectives
- Review, design, and benchmarking of global mobility policies
- Due diligence and planning for new location set-up that pertain to international assignees
- Custom tools for assignees, Human Resources and Finance, as well as business managers
- Training programs for internal teams, including Human Resources, Payroll as well as Finance and Accounting
- M&A integration, including due diligence and other areas involved in M&A transactions that pertain to international assignees