Typically, international employees make up just 1-2% of a global organisation’s workforce. However, they usually cost three or four times that of a domestic employee and create a substantial workload for the business. Why? Well, to facilitate Global Mobility, business processes are required to take place in multiple jurisdictions, functions and currencies. This makes it a labour intensive and costly operation. But it’s also a vital one if international businesses are to be successful in a global market.