Few mobility teams believe they are successful in achieving sustainability, however there are ways to minimise the impact of global mobility on the environment at each stage of the assignment process.
The two biggest problems clients report when benchmarking are comparing total compensation and benefits packages, and the ability to benchmark against others in the same industry. ECA’s MyEMP reports enable you to do both and more.
While the need for GM teams to adopt flexibility into practices is more important than ever, it's crucial to adopt a pragmatic approach to employee requests on remote work and virtual assignments.
Focusing on some key initiatives we see companies introducing in order to incorporate sustainability into mobility policies, we address the challenge of balancing assignee satisfaction with implementing sustainable actions.
Many GM departments are looking to take stock of their policies and consider whether they are still fit for purpose in the new post-Covid workplace.
We take a look at why rents are rising in many markets around the world, including a focus on four locations where our clients' assignees are feeling the pinch.
With the repercussions of the Covid-19 pandemic likely to further increase pressure on GM teams to reduce costs, here we help you identify opportunities to achieve long-term savings and efficiency gains.
We have looked at the various responses to the Covid-19 pandemic in Asia, and the lessons that HR and mobility managers can implement within their own plans.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, global mobility teams and their assignees may think that location allowances should be increased. However, there are some important questions to consider first.
ECA experts Steven Kilfedder and Emanuela Boccagni discuss how companies manage the process of localising assignees and overcome common challenges.