With the number of internationally mobile employees set to grow by fifty percent by 2020, what are today’s top concerns when evaluating your global people strategy?
Tags: ProGlobal 2015
HR professionals are more than familiar with the ongoing challenge of engaging employees in 2015, but there are additional nuances when dealing with a globally dispersed workforce.
Managing a global workforce in a growing number of developing markets creates common practical and compliance-related issues for human resources of which all practitioners should be aware.
This week (18-22 May) HRreview is running a special edition on global mobility. Our special edition runs for the whole week and takes a look at the key international HR and expatriated management issues and trends in 2015. As organisations become more globalised, the need to employ expatriates for global assignments is ever-increasing. In many…
For years the traditional ‘one size fits all’ home country policy for international assignments has been widely used, but are there added benefits to packages in line with compensation practices in the host location?