COVID-19 impact on global mobility management, in infographics
Mercer's survey from March shed light on adaptations in talent mobility management after a full year of operating during the pandemic. Here are some highlights.
Talent mobility: lessons from a challenging year
The pandemic crisis challenged HR and mobility teams like never before, but new models for global workforce management are emerging.
COVID-19 and bonuses: taking care of employees and your bottom line
Some companies have been using targeted bonuses to meet various aims during the pandemic, but how do you provide these in a way that is sustainable and equitable?
COVID-19 crisis and talent mobility: diversity and inclusion
Here are six ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the need for companies to step up their diversity and inclusion efforts.
Post-crisis talent redeployment: gap analysis
Cost-reduction efforts, changes in business models, and shifting globalization patterns will require new approaches from HR teams. Performing a detailed gap analysis can help.
COVID-19 and emerging ‘techknowledgy’ opportunities for mobility
As the effects of the global pandemic continue to mount, companies are being forced to reassess the use of technology to manage their mobility programs more effectively.
2020 buzzwords and what they tell us about mobility
The global pandemic shades this year's list of talent mobility buzzwords, but these trends were emerging well before the crisis.
Restarting your mobility program
As companies look ahead to restarting their mobility programs, one thing is clear: it won't be mobility as usual.
Addressing the impact of exchange rate fluctuations on cost of living allowances
Recent volatility in currency markets has prompted international businesses to review their compensation adjustments for affected workers.
Managing hardship issues in a pandemic
Beyond the health risks for international assignees, the global epidemic has created many other quality-of-living issues for mobility managers to consider.
Managing cost-of-living issues in a pandemic
Cost-of-living allowances are always subject to change, but in times of crisis the swings can be dramatic. Let's look at what affects differentials and taking a balanced approach to implement them.
Talent mobility: looking ahead
The pandemic crisis is a chance to reflect on the talent mobility model, its effectiveness, and its contribution to the resilience and success of business over the long term.
COVID-19 update: foreign exchange volatility and COLA
Currency exchange rate volatility can cause hardship or windfalls for international assignees, depending how organizations respond to them. Here we explore the considerations before adjusting a cost-of-living premium.
Mercer's COVID-19 resources for employers
As the situation changes daily, Mercer is committed to helping employers respond to these unprecedented challenges with employer guides, articles, and surveys.