Four Steps in Revisiting Mobile Talent Compensation
Here are four simple steps for revisiting expatriate compensation approaches to align them with a more comprehensive vision of talent mobility.
2018 Talent Mobility Buzzwords and Current Mobility Practices
A new batch of acronyms and corporate concepts tells us about current global trends, companies’ concerns, and how talent mobility is evolving.
Virtual General Practitioners – the Future of Healthcare?
Video consultation with doctors can save time and money, and a globally mobile workforce stands to benefit especially from this technology.
Expert Interview: Lord Mayor Jensen, Mayor of Copenhagen
Copenhagen enjoys a high quality of living. In this interview, its mayor shares his insights on the city's success.
Best Practices for Your Mobility Policies
Manage assignment compensation, overcome talent mobility barriers, take mobility trends into account, and more.
How Mobile Talent Managers Can Become Strategic Partners for the Business
Things we can learn from mobility professionals who successfully reinvented themselves and their mobility function to become strategic HR partners.
Two Minutes to Understand and Prepare for the Rise of Expatriate Gig Workers
Organizations will soon not only have to train or hire talent, but also borrow it, as the gig economy comes to mobility.
Why Use International and Not Domestic Life Insurers?
Most companies use local life insurers for international assignees, but there may be problems with this approach. Let's examine the risks.
Fostering Mobile Talent That Thrives
Here you'll find tips on how to identify and provide the right global mobility solutions to address the latest complex trends in talent management.
Two Minutes to Rethink Global Mobility Cost Cutting (And Do Something About It)
Despite strategic importance, global mobility programs are not exempt from the drive to cut costs. Here are tips for defending the cost and containing it.
Progress Report: Nine Mobility Management Solutions for 2018
Action points to help companies make genuine progress on key mobility policies and strategies and achieve lasting program benefits.
Expert Interview: Lisa Emami of Averda
Lisa Emami is the CTO of Averda, an environmental services provider with some unique employee assignment models.
What Academic Research Teaches Us About Global Mobility
Professor Dr. Benjamin Bader of the Leuphana University of Lüneburg discusses his research, including hardship locations, diversity, and digitalization.
Expert Interview: Dr. Michael Häupl, Mayor of Vienna
Vienna mayor Michael Häupl discusses the city’s accomplishments and challenges and key decisions he has made.
Attracting and Retaining Globally Mobile Talent – 6 Things I Learned
From targeting specific talent groups to managing their mobility brand, here are tips from companies that excel at managing their global talent pool.
Quality of Living Trends: 20 Years Later
Despite the relative stability of most locations, there are notable instances of cities climbing the ranking in the past two decades.
A Spotlight on Worldwide Quality of Living Data Usage
Quality of living data and reports are valuable tools for global HR professionals and municipalities. Learn all about their benefits here.
Expert Interview Series: Khoo Teng Chye
Executive Director of the Centre for Liveable Cities discusses how Singapore came to have one of the highest living standards in the world.
RFP Administration for Relocation Management Companies: 5 Critical Steps to Take
To help with your global employee relocations, follow these steps to optimize the RFPs you send to relocation management companies.
US Tax Reform: Mobility Policy and Program Considerations
Recent US tax reform has brought changes for mobility programs. We discuss them here, plus results from our survey of corporate response.
Two Minutes to Understand Why Expatriate Gender Diversity Matters (and Do Something about It)
The gender imbalance in international assignments poses a challenge for strategic talent management, but we can start to change it now.
Practical Mobility Management: Compensation Tips for Long-Term Assignments
Managing a globally mobile workforce means juggling compensation approaches and segmenting mobility policies. Here are the key areas to focus on.
Expatriate Security Matters: The 2018 Munich Security Conference
2018 faces major risks and uncertainties for expatriates, amid tense international politics and numerous regional crises.
Expert Interview Series: Yvonne Sonsino
As the Innovation Leader of Mercer's EuroPac region, Yvonne Sonsino advises companies on strategic succession planning and the perils of ignoring ageing workforce issues.
Mobility Matters in Davos
The World Economic Forum in Davos focuses on major global trends. Talent mobility is both subject to these trends and a way to meet their challenges.
Practical Mobility Management: What Could Go Wrong?
Here we discuss 8 common misconceptions and issues that can cause problems for mobility programs and make the job of mobility managers more difficult.
Expatriates in Hardship Locations: Dealing with Emergencies
Important things for mobility program managers to bear in mind when dealing with emergencies and hardship locations in general.
Video: Sigrid Nauwelaerts of Johnson & Johnson
Sigrid Nauwelaerts comments on Johnson & Johnson's introduction of greater policy flexibility and its initiatives for meeting talent management challenges.
2017 Mobility Trends in Review
2017 saw a number of trends emerge in talent mobility, posing not only challenges for global mobility managers but also opportunities.
Video: Christina Boiler on Mobility Trends in North America
Christina Boiler, leader of Mercer's mobility practice in North America, highlights three current mobility trends in the US and Canada.