There was a time when policies assumed that all assignees’ and their families’ needs were the same. This “one-size-fits-all” approach made planning and managing assignments simpler; it also made assignment support expensive and inflexible.
As more companies began to offer international assignments to employees with different skills, for different business reasons and durations, new approaches to employee mobility evolved.
This article in Crown World Mobility’s Perspectives series explores five common approaches to flexible global mobility policy – including the increasingly popular core-flex approach. It discusses the factors driving a strong interest in flexible policy, and ends with tops tips for global mobility and HR leaders.
You’ll discover the next steps and strategies you need to:
- Create more flexibility for more employees
- Avoid pitfalls when embarking on core-flex program design
- Expand what your mobility program offers