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Research: Wellbeing in 2021: Global Mobility’s next big challenge

This research, by The RES Forum and Worldwide Broker Network, looks at how different companies approach wellbeing, and how that approach is supported through Global Mobility policy and philosophy.

Research: Wellbeing in 2021: Global Mobility’s next big challenge 1

Key findings

  • Wellbeing is more likely to form part of the HR strategy than that of Global Mobility. That said, it’s clear that Global Mobility also recognise its importance.
  • The biggest barrier to introducing a wellbeing strategy amongst Global Mobility was time, closely followed by concerns over management buy-In.
  • Global Mobility offer very few distinct wellbeing activities and services. The majority are rightly on behalf of the entire organisation. However, more detailed responses show that Global Mobility don’t have complete clarity about the wellbeing benefits their assignees receive. Often these benefits are offered at a local level with little global coordination or visibility.
  • We can be certain that focus will remain on wellbeing. Based on this survey, companies are already looking at global options for their wellbeing initiatives.

The report concludes that there’s an opportunity for Global Mobility to ensure assignees’ wellness needs are catered for. Then to measure the effectiveness within the context of the assignment.

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