‘Mobile readiness’ is quickly becoming a business imperative. Multinational businesses need mobile employees who are ‘ready to go’ – so the right talent can get to the right place quickly, both domestically and across borders. This is much easier said than done due to the increasing number of compliance and operational challenges that come into play.
Global markets continue to demand employee mobility on an unprecedented scale. But the way employees are ‘moving’ is fundamentally shifting due to the attractiveness of non-traditional approaches that do not involve formal relocations. Couple that with an expected global ‘talent gap’ and geopolitical uncertainty occurring around the world and a perfect storm of factors is requiring companies to revamp their mobility processes in order to be ‘fit’ for the future of work.
So how does an organization achieve ‘mobile readiness? Our new thought leadership piece dives into strategies your organization can consider.
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Global Mobility Consulting Practice Leader, PwC United States