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Global Mobility 2020
Transcript of Global Mobility 2020
Mercer Global Mobility Survey 2012 compensation approach: how to set the salary?
taxation approach: protect or equalize?
social security & pension: home or host?
host housing allowance: own contribution, budget?
other expatriate allowances: incentive to move abroad?
partner support: financial & non-financial?
schooling children: pre-school, international? To fullfill a position in another country that requires special skills/experience not available in the local organisation: (not permanent or unknown to be permanent
Short Term (non-accompanied)
Long Term (up to 3-5 years)
For individual development of the co-worker (temporary: upto X months/years).
Locally hired co-workers who live in one country and start their career with IKEA in the hiring country (permanent).
Transfer of business activities to another country: co-workers are offered the same or a new position in another country (permanent).
Co-worker initiated moves: applies to a position in another country (permanent)
Extended/Business travel (up to 6-8 weeks, temporary)
Co-workers who travel another country on a weekly basis as part of their role (permanent or temporary)
Co-workers who permanently work for an IKEA entity located in another country that their country of residence, with limited travel involved (working from home).
Co-workers who work in another(hardship/remote)country (non-accompanied, permanent nature) and return home every few months only. What do other companies experience:
1. Dual career/family related issues
2. Career Management Issues
3. Package attractiveness
4. Remote/hardship locations
5. Negative returnee feedback Mix of aspirations of the co-worker: Lifestyle EXPERIENCE career enhancement Wealth generation 2000 Expatriates
Global nomads? One size fits all?
Let’s localise! 2010
Local + Foreigners hired locally
Commuters: daily, monthly, temporary, permanent, cross border or regional)
Multiple types of short-terms/project assignments
Virtual expat (job moved to employee) 1990 Expatriates
Locals Historical perspective
From a clear alternative to a complex landscape Comments on current global mobility set-up 4 generations in the workplace Motivating different age groups Different types of international mobility within IKEA the return of investing in