Global Mobility has been a part of the business world for so long, it has collected different interpretations depending on who you’re talking to. Some see it as an overlap with international hiring through EORs, others view it as solely business trips or international assignments. To add to that, big shifts like the work-from-home move during the pandemic completely changed how people move for work, leading to the latest transformation we’re seeing now, as Global Mobility starts to reach the agendas of CEOs, directors, and investors. This shift, in fact, is a large part of why we’re doing research on its ROI.
To be on the same page, here’s the definition of Global Mobility that has guided our work: the collective term for different ways companies help their employees move across the world. In this report, we have gathered insights around two examples — relocations and workcations.