A The International Relocation Associates (TIRA) guiding principle is that collaboration is crucial to the network’s effectiveness. #Korn Ferry’s infographic,
The rise of digital nomads, which is expected to reach 1 billion by 2035, needs game-changing innovations that will revolutionise the relocation industry. Despite these developments, the human aspect is more crucial than ever.
TIRA hosted its first webinar, “What’s Next in the Evolution of Global Mobility?” on Tuesday, 4 April. Thought leaders from around the world shared their perspectives on the future of global mobility including strategies to support the new global workforce.
TIRA recently congratulated its new Board Chair, Christine Martin and thanked former Board Chair, Jérémy Berthoux for his dedication and leadership.
Managing a diverse assignee talent pool can be particularly challenging when doing business in locations where diversity may not be welcome.
Please join us and gain valuable insights into the changing face of relocation. Thought leaders from around the world share their perspectives on the future of global mobility and strategies to support the new global workforce.
Employee relocation can be a difficult task, especially for large corporations with large teams to manage. It necessitates a great deal of forethought, coordination, and attention to detail. That is why working with a professional relocation company is critical.
The global housing market is expected to undergo significant transformation in 2023, reflecting demographic changes, the impact of technology, and the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has shifted the focus to employee well-being, leading companies to prioritize mental health and wellness in their global mobility and relocation policies.