The #metoo campaign has forced the media to re-evaluate how workplace diversity is portrayed. While currently focused on gendered discrimination, it isn’t hard to see that the scrutiny is likely to extend (and it must extend) to other groups whose voice has been ignored.
Global Mobility will reflect the attitudes and values of the wider business and is therefore not immune to the challenges of diversity. In many ways, Global Mobility can be at the forefront of equal opportunity and equal pay and championing both of them. After all, future business leaders are frequently international assignees first.
Ensuring that your assignee population represents the diversity of society, as we shall see, is not just morally right, it makes great business sense too.
What’s in this eBook?
Is Global Mobility in the Dark Ages?
Bridge of Sorrows – the Global Mobility Talent Gap
The Future of your Business: International Female Talent
The Changing World of Diversity
Pulling Down the Snowy Peaks: Diversity and Assignments
The Future Assignee
Is There a Future at all for Global Mobility?
Who is this for?
This eBook is essential reading for anyone involved in global mobility and the strategic management of talent.
Human Resources Professionals
Diversity and Inclusion Professionals
Global Relocation Services Professionals
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