Marianne Curphy, Fiona Murchie and Dr Sue Shortland, discuss how the global mobility sector is adjusting to hybrid and remote working. They look at both the benefits and challenges of hybrid working within the global mobility sector. Some of the issues discussed include the policy changes companies can make to ensure a diverse range of people as possible have the opportunity of international assignments. They also look at how hybrid and remote working is impacting on schools and the changes hybrid working might lead to within the global mobility sector in 2024.
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Fiona Muchie, Managing Editor and Founder of Relocate Global and Think Global People and Dr Sue Shortland, Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management at the University of Westminster discuss how the cost of living crisis has impacted the global mobility sector. The discussion is divided into two parts. The first part covers why companies need to encourage diversity and understand intersectionality in their workforce. The second part is a discussion on how the cost of living crisis has impacted international assignments, employees and their families.
Marianne Curphy, Journalist at Relocate Global and Think Global People and Dr Sue Shortland, Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management at the University of Westminster discuss how global mobility is adjusting ESG priorities. Their fascinating discussion covers a wide range of important issues that global mobility is currently facing. From answering broad questions such as how global mobility can take action to reduce carbon emissions to more specific challenges including how global leaders should consider the impact of artificial intelligence. Dr Sue Shortland offers solutions on how companies can cultivate a green culture in their organisations including the issues of communicating to employees why changes are necessary. The podcast also covers how international assignment types are changing and the challenges caused by cost of living arrangements