As the needs of businesses to source and mobilise talent continue to increase, the nature of talent mobility continues to shift in fundamental ways. Most of the growth in talent mobility is coming not from traditional expatriates, but from a variety of new mobility types – commuters, business travellers, virtual assignments, and in the future, freelance project workers. P&O’s Global Mobility Services network helps companies manage the complex tax, administration, and strategic aspects of deploying an evolving international workforce.
We continually strive to bring an agile, flexible and connected approach which keeps our clients ahead of the compliance curve and delivers a differentiated experience for both corporate users and employees. Our goal is to help mobility programme managers be globally compliant, 'keep a finger on the pulse' of their global programme, increase efficiency, provide programme insights and enhancements, and reduce risk.
Getting international mobility right is a balancing act and an art. Companies need to master the tax and reporting implications created by having a mobile workforce, while building attractive positions for candidates, managing costs and establishing effective processes and controls.
Understanding and managing the tax and compliance risks inherent in global talent deployments.
Putting the right people in the right locations, at the right times in a cost effective and efficient way.
In an evolving global market, how do you deploy your best talent for future business success?
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