Few mobility teams believe they are successful in achieving sustainability, however there are ways to minimise the impact of global mobility on the environment at each stage of the assignment process.
While the need for GM teams to adopt flexibility into practices is more important than ever, it's crucial to adopt a pragmatic approach to employee requests on remote work and virtual assignments.
International remote working policies are a great way to attract and retain talent. However, determining salaries for these arrangements is complex and difficult to get right.
In the final blog post in our series on international remote working we discuss the overall pros and cons, and the key considerations for organisations when using them.
In the fourth blog post in our series on international remote working, we cover the salary and benefits issues that need to be considered.
Salaries based on local packages are becoming increasingly common, but how do you know if they provide a sufficient incentive for your assignees?
In the third blog post in our series on international remote working, we look at compliance issues associated with the right to work, employee payroll and more.
In the second installment of our series looking at international remote working, we consider the tax and social security compliance risks that can be involved.
Our latest infographic looks at the key findings of the recent Managing Mobility Survey.
In the first of a series, we look at the concept of international remote working and the different ways in which companies are currently utilising it.