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The Impact of the Digital Age on Global Mobility
2017 Global Workforce Trends
Deloitte’s 2017 Human Capital Trends survey, drawing upon the experience of more than 10,400 respondents from 140 countries, reported that nearly 70% of business leaders agreed that Global Mobility was an enabler of business and talent strategies.
Amongst the more broader trends featured in this report, four key Global Workforce trends are identified which are disrupting the mobility landscape and fuelling the digital age:
1. Employee-driven global workforce programmes
Agile Global Mobility models acting as ecosystems to address the requirements of a diverse employee landscape
2. Mobility and talent acquisition
Building a global talent pool through harnessing data, partnering with talent and appealing to new demographics organically through building a global employer brand.
3. Human side of mobility
Global Mobility programmes having a greater focus on employee experience and inclusivity as a component of assignment success.
4. Mobility analytics
Predictive analytics used in a holistic manner and driving workforce planning on a global scale.