September 10, 2019

World Trends and Their Impact on the Future of Global Mobility

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World Trends and Their Impact on the Future of Global Mobility

We are clearly living in disruptive times! Technology expectations, politics, artificial intelligence, Brexit, data analytics, program flexibility, employee experience, and much more, are already having an impact on global mobility and will continue to have an impact in the future. How can your organization’s global mobility strategy be ready for the future?

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Our new white paper, World Trends: Impact on the Future of Global Mobility, explores:

  • What we know about some of the main challenges facing the workplace, namely—global talent shortages, changing employee demographics, and the changing focus on the employee experience
  • How these challenges are impacting business today
  • Tips for managing the impact of these challenges, and 
  • What the future of global mobility might look like

Read our white paper today for tips on how you can ensure that your organization’s global mobility strategy is ready for the future.

For more information on mobility, talent management, and other areas of relocation, contact us at cartussolutions@cartus.com or visit our Resource Hub on Cartus.com.

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Cindy Madden

About Cindy

Cindy Madden is Director of the Cartus Consulting Solutions practice, which supports clients and prospects in the areas of Global Policy and Program Design, Group Moves, Destination Location Research, and the development of customized mobility websites. Cindy has more than 27 years’ experience in the relocation industry in a variety of roles, including account management and sales.

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