As the pandemic evolves, and its impact on international business persists, global organisations must continue to adapt the ways in which they work.
Despite the restrictions on travel, global supply chains, international business opportunities and the search for and development of global talent remain key to the future success of multi-national companies. Therefore, although globalisation may have slowed down, it will not disappear.
It is critical that global mobility policies focus on the objectives and structure of assignments and working arrangements rather than the physical location. The effective use of digital tools to share information and support connectivity between teams across multiple countries will be essential, as well as balancing the personal, health, welfare and business needs of employees.
Short-term travel and remote working are likely to be dominant themes throughout 2022. In this webinar, our Global Employer Services experts will be joined by a senior executive from a global organisation to discuss these critical issues, and the risks and opportunities on the horizon, whilst sharing their experiences of best practice globally.
Thursday, 31 March 2022
08.00 and 16.00 BST
Join us for the third in a series of webinars as we explore these issues and share key insights to support your plans for short-term business travellers and remote workers.