From the perspective of telecommuting for the last year, one may be tempted to believe that the pandemic has ended global mobility, but what we are instead embarking on is a new era in mobility — and a new era in mobility management. Traditional relocation concerns have given way to a more complex talent-brokering challenge in the context of global distributed workforces. Just as assignees are adapting to such challenges as upskilling, flexible working, gig working, or working from home, HR professionals too must adapt their work practices. Mobility and HR teams will need to review and rethink their work culture, organisation, work setup, and tools. They will also have to upskill themselves and learn to play a greater role in compliance management.

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