Global Mobility

Global mobility refers to the ability of individuals, families, or employees to move and live in different countries or regions around the world. It encompasses various aspects of international movement, including short-term business trips, long-term expatriate assignments, international student exchanges, tourism, and immigration. Encompasses hybrid working and remote working.

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Global mobility involves navigating the legal, cultural, logistical, and practical challenges associated with living and working in different countries. It often requires individuals to adapt to new cultures, legal systems, languages, and social norms. Read more

In a business context, global mobility is also used to describe the movement of employees within a multinational corporation to different locations worldwide as part of their career development or to fulfil specific business needs. This may involve expatriate assignments, where employees temporarily relocate to another country, or frequent international business travel. Hybrid working, remote working and localisation are now excepted as aspects of global mobility in the new world of work.

Overall, global mobility encompasses the broad concept of people moving across borders for various purposes, reflecting the increasing interconnectedness of the world and the ease of international travel and communication in the modern era.)

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