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How To Relocate Your Employees Sustainably

Lee Quane, Asia’s Regional Director, ECA International

09-May-23 12:00

How To Relocate Your Employees Sustainably

Employees want to relocate. More than 90% to be exact.

With talent shortages, more than 90% of companies want to tap into the international talent pool for recruitment.

But this comes with challenges when it comes to implementing measures to ensure global mobility sustainability, because according to ECA International’s Global Mobility Now Survey, it showed that only 3% of respondents believe that they are successful in achieving a high level of sustainability in their global mobility programme.

How should companies relocate their employees sustainably? Is switching to economy flight enough?

We speak to Lee Quane, Asia’s Regional Director at ECA International to understand all of that.

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Produced by: Lily Chai

Presented by: Lily Chai, Richard Bradbury

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Categories:  economyCorporatesthe workplaceentrepreneurstravel

Tags:  Work travelwork relocationglobal mobilityhybrid workingsustainabilitytalent acquisition

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