Whitepaper Release: 5 standout talent mobility trends for 2021 | How Covid-19 is hitting the reset button on travel assignments

Top Quote Covid-19 brought employee travel assignments to a screeching halt in 2020. After polling over 500 global mobility, HR managers, and company decision makers Crown World Mobility has released their newest whitepaper to share insights and strategies for global mobility programs going forward. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 07, 2021 - Crown World Mobility (CWM), a leading provider of domestic and international end-to-end mobility solutions, has released a free whitepaper revealing elements from their February webinar "5 standout talent mobility trends for 2021."

    This 1-hour ZOOM benchmarking and panel discussion hosted by CWM Global Practice Leader for Consulting Services Lisa Johnson polled over 500 HR managers, global mobility specialists and business owners around the globe who are looking forward to sending their employees abroad for assignments in 2021.

    A year ago we entered into a crisis like no other in modern times. The long awaited rollout of vaccines is turning 2020's barriers into challenges and opportunities. And as we continue living life in a pandemic, our industry is also embracing greater collaboration, flexibility and innovation.

    Download the latest whitepaper that covers the following underlying themes:

    - Global Remote Work / Work from Anywhere policies
    - Getting back to work – offices, business travel and vaccinations
    - Relocating employee support during the pandemic – new and ad hoc
    - Virtual Assignments
    - Recovery and beyond

    This whitepaper shares insights and polling data for global mobility professionals and human resource professionals alike, who are ready to hit the reset button on 2020 and create successful mobility programs moving forward in 2021.

    For complete details and to download the whitepaper visit the form here or view crownworldmobility.com.

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