Ilya Bonic, president of Mercer's Career business, and mobility consultant Olivier Meier discuss the interplay among urban dynamism, cost of living, and mobility management tools in an article for BRINK.
Our 21st century economy reflects enormous complexity, but this much is clear: It’s an economy focused on skills, driven by digital disruption and the need for a globally connected workforce. For global organizations, that means deploying mobile employees internationally in a way that maximizes competitive advantage.
A successful expatriate strategy recognizes numerous personal and organizational advantages for sending employees overseas, from career development to global experience, new skill sets and the reallocation of resources. By offering fair and competitive compensation packages, organizations can facilitate moves that drive business results.
Thus, mobility programs have become a core component of multinational organizations’ global talent strategy. Organizations realize that to thrive, they must embrace change, adapt to new technologies and build emerging skills to attract, motivate and enhance talent.
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