As defined by the dictionary, to be flexible is to be “capable of being bent, usually without breaking.” As it turns out, this definition is also applicable to many global mobility programs. That’s because companies have to constantly adapt, change, and “bend” their policies and expectations to suit the needs and requests of an increasingly diverse mobile workforce and perpetually cost-conscious management. How can they accomplish this without going too far, breaking their own rules, and rendering their carefully balanced policies into a useless pile of exceptions?

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