Last Updated on March 2, 2023
As new technological capabilities make digital collaboration easier, and businesses face disruptions to normal operations due to COVID-19, companies are quickly adopting long-term remote work policies to meet the needs of their workforce. For global mobility leaders, these circumstances bring unique challenges to the forefront. Organizations must now learn about how to manage a global workforce in the face of travel restrictions, economic pressures and rapidly changing immigration policies.
This guide will present methods in which global mobility leaders can preserve their organizations’ programs and practices in a remote work environment, including:
- Implementing a remote immigration and mobility program
- Managing foreign national employee anxiety during uncertain times
- Involving global mobility leaders in the strategic planning process
- And more!