Mobility & Inclusiveness in a Protectionist World
The outlook for the Indian information technology (IT) sector is 'cautiously positive' in 2018 with global and U.S. economies improving, according to Indian IT body, NASSCOM. However, India’s $154-billion information technology sector so far has been battered by a broader slowdown in technology spending, while uncertainty looms over work visa rules in the U.S., the biggest market for Indian software services firms, and growing protectionism across multiple countries across the globe. It’s a familiar story in the mobility world today—another "perfect storm" moment. There is more nationalism in countries like the US, UK and Australia, along with continuous changes in immigration, tax and employment laws. Indian companies are going back to the discussion board and re-evaluating their talent and mobility strategies. So, lets deeper dive into some of these questions, with our experts:
- How are these organisations redrafting the talent deployment strategies?
- ow is the mobility function educating the business leaders on compliance issues and their ramifications?
- How is mobility function incorporating technology to help monitor changes in immigration and risk management issues and automate actions to stay in compliance?