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December 1, 2021
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Your reimagined mobile workforce: The state of the mobility function

According to the EY 2021 Work Reimagined Employer survey, 45% of employers think that international experiences are critical for future leadership; 50% of employers believe mobility is important for career growth; and 49% of employers perceived that mobility is important for global workforce planning and talent management.

The mobility function is constantly being redefined to meet new challenges, address issues, manage risks and develop strategies to reimagine work now more than ever.

Join EY Americas Mobility leader Simon Stanaway and Mobility Markets leader Rachel D’Argenio as they explore in this EY video, how mobility functions may be leveraged to increase capabilities, add value, and bridge gaps within the organization.

Click here to view the segment.

 
 

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