Take the 2012 Global Mobility Function SurveyBy Eric Anders • Jun 20th, 2012 • Category: TRENDS IN RELOCATION
The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) just announced that interested participants have just one more week to complete their 2012 Managing the Global Mobility Function Survey and be in with a chance to win a ticket to a Global Mobility Summit and Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMA) presentation.
Now in its third year, this study analyzes how leading companies around the world manage their Global Mobility Teams (GMTs), including:
- Global Mobility Team (GMT) structure and reporting lines
- GMT demographics
- Assignee/GMT caseload ratios
- What services to outsource
- Vendor Performance data
- Average costs per assignee
This is probably the most significant survey undertaken into the Global Mobility function itself.
Last year over 300 corporations took part, providing some fascinating information not only on their global mobility function and also important benchmarking data on over 150 service providers. This user data was invaluable in providing lead tables of vendor market share and comparative performance.
This year's FEM survey looks at the structure and function of in-house Global Mobility Teams in 2012. All information collected about yourself and your program is confidential and all results will be presented anonymously. Voluntary participation by your GMT staff, however, will ensure your organization is accurately reflected in the market share analysis.
Service providers should NOT participate! If you are a member of global mobility service team, however, your staff should encourage all of your clients to log and share the general details of their internal global mobility program.
The results of this study will be released at the FEM Global Mobility Summits in Las Vegas on September 13/14, in London on October 19 and in Hong Kong on November 28.
Click HERE to take FEM's 2012 Managing the Global Mobility Function Survey.
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