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Cartus Global Mobility leaders share the latest core/flex technology and the shift toward a flexible policy framework. Learn more about this growing trend in relocation and how harnessing data can empower companies to adapt effectively to global shifts now and in the future.
COVID-19 has brought existing protectionist ideologies in the immigration context into sharper focus, with administrations using a range of methods to restrict entry to contain the spread of COVID-19. This piece discusses the most prevalent global immigration trends amidst the pandemic and related projections for the next 18-24 months.
Research shows that executives and employees around the world see the future of work as ripe for innovation. Additionally, workplace safety planning and flexible ways of working that include remote work remain top of mind.
Global research shows that executives are prioritizing their mental health, as well as determining business changes they want to make.
2020 has been a year like no other. There have been and will continue to be unforeseen advances and setbacks within the business community. But with one business quarter left before we can ring in a new year, there are still some important considerations in the realm of corporate immigration to be aware of before we can say goodbye to the year that was 2020.
With everyone constantly connected to their computers, fatigue can begin to set in. Employers must consider strategies that prioritize employee mental health while continuing to collaborate in the virtual setting that may not be for everyone.
Research on global workforce re-entry during COVID-19 shows that as organizations adjust to working remotely, they’re able to take the time to slowly and carefully plan their safe return to work.
Research exploring global employee sentiment shows how employees are feeling about their future prospects, revealing that U.S. employees are still up for relocation, despite the challenges that may come with it.
With many managers accustomed to face-to-face collaboration and leadership, virtual management has proven to be a challenge. Business guides outline the skills needed to be an effective virtual manager.
The events of 2020 are challenging us to learn new skills while honing and adapting the more familiar ones. Talent mobility professionals are well equipped to make good use of recently acquired and proven aptitudes to lead the workforce through the current challenges and onto future opportunities.
As research shows that Canadian workers have embraced remote work, employers will need proper planning to ensure that they’re prepared for the future.
As research shows an increase in negative company culture, businesses can and must harness the power of belonging.
Research shows that the increase in remote work options as well as concerns related to COVID-19 has American workers considering relocation.
Cartus and Realogy leaders share how their company has reimagined—and will continue to reimagine—their strategies for leading in a virtual environment, creating workspace agility, and leaning into the vulnerability required to help people and companies succeed in today’s “new normal.”
Australia, Thailand, Singapore and New Zealand are devising new safe travel protocols to facilitate economic recovery and prosperity.
New research points to the need for invested resources for domestic talent alongside government efforts to attract skilled talent from abroad.
New research of 989 CFOs around the world shed light on how their businesses have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and begun preparing for the future.
New research shows that Learning and Development continues to be a key strategy used by businesses and their leaders as they seek to engage and upskill their workforces in uncertain times.
Global talent mobility is becoming a key component to global talent strategy, but bridging the gap between mobility and talent management can be difficult. Topia’s next-generation product suite powered by the new Topia One platform seamlessly connects talent mobility to global talent strategy.
New research shows that remote work and a focus on employee health and wellness are among the tools employers are using to resume and maintain operations post-COVID-19
Whether through a comprehensive mental health program or through activities that boost employee morale, tactics that focus on employees’ mental health can reduce burnout.
Like many crucial industries, business travel is likely to experience a new normal once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, with an increased focus on compliance, duty of care, health, and safety.
For companies moving forward with internships, virtual tactics that prioritize connection and communication set interns up for success.
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many companies to make tough financial decisions about their workforces, Preferred Corporate Housing is choosing to take a different approach by reinvesting in company culture.
Businesses contemplating how to return to work will need a thorough plan that takes the health and safety of employees into consideration for a smooth transition.
For companies willing and able to continue recruitment during the pandemic, virtual solutions to hiring needs ensure the safety of candidates.
Social distancing has led to lay-offs and furloughs, but when business begins to return to normal, employers will once again compete for skilled talent. Focusing on employee wellbeing now can help.
Employee engagement is a crucial element to overall business success. Keeping employees engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic requires leadership strategy to communicate and provide clarity.
Building an employee wellness program that fits the needs of the online remote worker is a key strategy to ensure their overall health and safety.
As companies pivot to online remote work, strategies that leverage technology to meet learning and development needs ensure that employees continue growing.
Learn how remote work has gone global in recent years, and how the distributed workplace is empowering it to a greater extent than ever before.
In light of COVID-19, Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower changed its work permit rules to expand access to critical sectors and incent foreign workers and their employers to comply with strict policies.
Consider these tips for choosing the best school for your children as you move internationally for an assignment.
Learn how to pursue diversity and drive innovation and greater financial performance in your global organization.
When executive leaders and managers champion the learning and development of their organization, employees of all ages and skillsets are supported in their professional growth.
Mobility remains imperative to employers and today’s talent, even as the immigration landscape changes
A survey of international companies and their mobility policies shows that the future of mobility is evolving in exciting ways.
As multiple generations comprise the global workforce, employee expectations and priorities are shifting, and HR and talent mobility programs are evolving right along with them.
C-suite leaders believe data analytics and tech investment are critical tools in recruiting, developing, engaging, and retaining talent. Technology is also fueling upskilling and reskilling programs.
Global talent trends and requirements are changing as the result of technology, creating the need for employers to plan around upskilling and reskilling talent to meet their talent management needs.
Technology like Mobilify that sits at the intersection of Human Resources and Human-Centered Design Thinking can help employers competitively attract and guide talent through their relocation or transfer.
Some say there’s a global workforce crisis as a result of talent shortages around the world. Employers wishing to attract and retain the talent they need must understand the skills offered by the different generations in the workforce and tailor programs to attract and retain them.
As Singaporean talent search for new career opportunities, companies must look to retention strategies.
Does your mobility program swipe right or left? Several mobility experts discuss how to balance human interaction and technology throughout the talent mobility journey.
The global competition for talent requires business leaders to figure out where needed talent is available and may inspire them to use global talent mobility as a solution for staffing needs. Research exists that can help.
HR leaders can take steps now to help employees stay safe, healthy and protected.
“Ghosting,” or disappearing from a new relationship, isn’t limited to online dating. It can be a challenge in recruiting, too—particularly in competitive industries.
Companies around the world are looking to mobility and other strategies to remain competitive while attracting and retaining talent.
Facing the global talent shortage, CEO and CHROs around the world are set to shake up talent management and mobility through technological innovation and artificial intelligence.
Four trends are positioning talent mobility to play a more strategic role in business success.
A recent survey reminds us that the world’s top CEOs are concerned about attracting and retaining talent, with additional concerns about a recession and a tight labor market.
Global Line and Worldwide ERC® Research partnered on their annual Brasil Mobility study, which included a study of multicultural teams along with traditional program & policy benchmarks.
Brazil’s tech startup ecosystem continues its rapid expansion regionally and internationally, increasing competition for skilled tech talent.
As the demand for tech skills increases, countries are changing their visa requirements to attract foreign tech talent.
Reports from various surveys shows employees desire to relocate around the world, especially those from India, millennials, and U.S. tech workers.
Short-term international assignments have many tricky nuances related to immigration, employment law, payroll, tax, and other related perspectives.
Although some parents are hesitant about child vaccinations, Singapore requires vaccination of children younger than 12 against measles and diptheria as a matter of law.
China’s newly lifted restrictions on internal mobility, known as hukou, will make relocating to city centers for jobs easier for the employee and the employer.
New programs, investments and visa changes in Singapore and the United Kingdom are indicative of both country’s attempts to meet their tech talent needs and place them among other highly-ranked countries.
China has recently made major developments in their efforts to attract foreign talent. Changes in the visa process and permit requirements as well as developments within newly expanded trade zones will make relocating to China much easier while aiming to attract additional foreign talent to the region.
Japanese employers approach recruitment and management of employees with retention in mind. One technique is to encourage collaboration and transparency through Amoeba Management.
To prepare for the coveted H-1B Visa application window, advanced planning and strategy can help employees get processed efficiently.
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Worldwide ERC®’s framework for safe and successful workforce mobility now and post-COVID-19 will help you plan.
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