There have been decades in our industry where little change has happened. The same discussions happen over and over – the move from a tactical to strategic approach, and the fact that female-assignee percentages are barely advancing. And then there are months where decades happen …
As the Global Mobility industry starts to lift its head from the initial response to the pandemic and into recovery, there are some developments to grab onto as we see the possibility for significant and long-awaited changes.
Written by Lisa Johnson, Global Practice Leader, Consulting Services, our latest article explores the impact of Covid-19 on our industry and draws on the findings of a recent survey of more than 100 Global Mobility professionals. It also pulls in the views of our clients, industry peers and further market research.
Download our article to explore:
- Global Mobility’s initial response to the crisis
- Short-term impacts and examples of adjustments made
- The direction of recovery and remobilization
- The eventual new normal, including some positive long-term changes that may emerge for our industry from an otherwise negative situation
No one has the roadmap but our industry is tracking the different ways companies, assignees and Global Mobility professionals are responding to the now and beginning to predict what will be required in the short- and longer-term future.