Controlling relocation and employee mobility costs is not a new priority for mobility professionals and HR leaders. However, with an increased expectation of travel opportunities from new hires, how costs are being controlled is evolving. Corporations are looking at ways to control overall mobility program costs — or at least keep them constant — while moving more employees. More than ever, employers are looking at more diverse assignment types, while there is also a greater emphasis on increasing the number of employees that are likely and able to accept these types of moves. What do all of these changes mean for you? Read on to find out.
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