The survey identified how the strong interrelation between expatriate workers and their employing organization influences the design of global mobility resourcing, training and talent management as well as global career approaches. It also highlights how well, thought through global mobility policies and practices support the sustainability of the organization’s global competitiveness. In essence, companies need to work towards creating a positive impression regarding international assignments while marketing the value of overseas careers to their staff or potential applicants to improve their global mobility strategy. Bristol Global Mobility, a Technical Partner of The RES Forum, works with organizations in establishing effective global mobility policies that afford both the companies and their employees the highest success from their international assignment programs. The complete results from this survey can be found in the 2015 RES Forum Annual Report, www.theresforum.com.
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