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August 27, 2020
2020-6154

EY Mobility compass: Strategic thinking in an evolving global environment

Your mobility program is key to allocating talent harmoniously across various locations. A well-considered mobility program will allow your global talent to seamlessly operate across borders in locations to generate optimal growth for your organization. While the COVID-19 pandemic identified every conceivable challenge that comes with a global workforce, it also evidenced the unwavering dependency organizations have on global talent; the exponential growth that comes with the right talent mix; and the adverse impacts when these are not appropriately managed.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to re-focus and ensure their talent agenda and mobility strategy co-exist in otherwise disruptive and volatile terrain.

This EY framework will guide your journey from ‘where you are’ to ‘where you need to be.'

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