Click here for the AIRINC "2017
Mobility Outlook Survey" Report
on New Trends in Global Mobility
Read the results from the WTW
study on multinational pooling.
Click here for the AON 2015-16
governance of employee benefits
within multinational companies.
We partner with your company and help you learn the techniques needed to effectively manage your international benefits plans and global mobility programs.
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Global mobility is experiencing an unprecedented level of change as reported in the AIRINC “2017 Mobility Outlook Survey.” Mobility functions are managing a greater variety of cross-border movement than ever before. Localizations, indefinite transfers, extended business travel; these are all examples of the alternative approaches Mobility is leveraging to deploy talent around the globe. This year’s survey results introduce trends in measuring Mobility’s performance and report on the evolution of key program features. The 2017 Mobility trends include the increased use of technology and metrics to track program success and continued diversity of programs and policy.
The hallmarks of best-in-class mobility today are having the right policies, employing the right staff, and collecting valuable data to track the function’s performance and progress. Mobility's main challenges for 2017 are finding and retaining the right skill sets and ensuring the function is organized to fulfill its objectives
The AIRINC research was collected from 130 best practice global organizations and contains industry and region-specific data on the use of metrics to improve performance, resourcing the Mobility function, policy segmentation and flexibility and cost containment strategies.
Multinational pooling is gaining increasing traction as a viable solution to stemming the rising cost of employee benefits for organizations with employees in the global environment. The Willis Towers Watson 2016/2017 Multinational Pooling and Benefit Captives Research Report provides strategies for managing insurable benefit plans and costs pro-actively. The report also provides answers to many of the questions routinely asked by global benefits leaders and risk managers concerning the increasing cost of maintaining these plans.
Companies often struggle with making the assessment concerning implementation of a successful benefit financing strategy. Selecting an optimal strategy that best fits your company is often a combination of financing approaches because of the complexity and diversity of multinational organizations.
The Towers Willis Watson research provides the largest database of its kind using data from over 1,500 annual reports submitted by more than 200 multinational companies. The report covers all participating benefit plans, including life, accident, disability, medical, and some retirement plans. The research enables multinational companies to access data and insights to help optimize the financing of their insurable benefits.
Like most studies comparing and contrasting the viewpoints of employers and their employees, there exists a gap that, if used effectively, can guide employers to make more effective decisions about the assignment packages that support their employees abroad.
In the spring of 2015, the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) and Cigna Global Health Benefits (CGHB) sponsored an independent research study to review how the globally mobile experience, perceive and value elements of their assignment terms and programs.
AON has published their 2015-16 study exploring corporate governance of employee benefits within multinational companies. This is the second of an ongoing study the American Benefits Institute has conducted jointly with Aon Hewitt.
Increasing costs and risks posed by employer-sponsored benefits programs around the world continue to drive centralization trends of global benefits management. Yet companies struggle with making decisions in the absence of ready access to information and having the necessary infrastructure to execute their benefits strategy.
This recent study explores best practice in global benefits management and offers insights into what companies can do to improve alignment of benefits with organizational strategy and better manage the costs and risks of global benefits.
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If your organization is pursuing growth in new markets, having the right people on the ground is essential. While attracting new talent in chosen markets is vital, leveraging your organization's internal pool of experienced talent can be one of the best ways to achieve growth.
These are some of the key findings from KPMG International’s Global assignment policies and practices (GAPP) survey 2016. Now in its 18th year, this annual poll continues to present benchmarking data and insights on how global companies manage their international assignment programs