No longer simply an "alternative" assignment type, short-term international assignments are evolving to become an essential means of moving talent for a wide range of purposes. Typically lasting between 30 days and 12 months, short-term assignments can be defined as being longer than business trips but shorter than traditional long-term assignments.
This survey looks at how leading global organisations use these assignments to deliver diverse objectives and manage, pay and track their short-term assignees.
Participants receive a free report of the results, enabling them to compare and align their approach with best practice in the industry.
The survey covers the following areas of short-term assignment management:
- Calculation and delivery of salary and allowances
- Managing the cost of subsistence items, including per diems and/or COLA
- Housing and other benefits provision
- Tracking and compliance
- How policies are adapted to support different objectives and mobility patterns
- What happens when assignments end, or are extended
- Latest trends and common challenges
Who is it open to?
Anyone working in global mobility or elsewhere who has responsibility for the management or administration of short-term international assignments.