The people in your organization that can make the difference between a business that fails and one that thrives.
Today we must look past our own borders for business leaders with the skills and knowledge to efficiently and effectively manage talent.
As a result, we are seeing many companies use their international mobility programs as part of an overall talent management scheme, both as a means to attract and retain top performers, as well as a way to provide specific experiences for people groomed for leadership positions.
But, maintaining an effective international mobility function that moves teams around the world fluidly while sustaining alignment between broader HR strategies and global business objectives is no easy feat. Increased compliance, economic volatility, continued expansion into new territories and ever-changing, complex tax rules create a mountain of challenges facing HR leaders working to address the needs of today’s international assignees.
How effective an organization is at addressing these issues will determine how successful it is in managing mobility.
International Assignment Perspectives is a collection of thought leadership articles that explore current issues requiring the attention of today’s HR leaders and tax directors who manage a globally mobile workforce. This publication from PricewaterhouseCoopers’ International Assignment Services practice shares insights on a number of topics affecting multinational companies, including tax equalization, multi-state reporting requirements, international equity compensation and compliance.
Organizations need to stay on top of the fiercely competitive market for global talent by retaining the knowledge and ability to address the various challenges that await their globally mobile workforce, and provides a strategic framework for addressing today’s challenges in international assignments.