Global mobility has hugely evolved in the past two years. From the restrictions on both personal and business travel, employers are now facing new sources of uncertainty and volatility such as new threats emerging from the Russia/Ukraine war, the energy crisis, global inflation, and talent shortages.
The findings in Aon’s 2023 International People Mobility Survey explores how employers are responding to restored freedom of movement alongside business priorities for travel, overseas assignments and international remote working.
According to the Survey results, organisations must also look to the longer term in establishing compliant, robust international mobility policies that are fit for purpose in the current environment. They also need a clear understanding of how international assignments can contribute to employee value propositions. Employee aspirations have changed, and mobility opportunities need to keep pace.
While 67 percent of employers now have an active ESG policy in place, 44 percent are reducing the volume of travel as the main international mobility measure to meet their ESG strategy.
The future of business travel continues to depend on many uncertain factors. Key geopolitical factors currently influencing business travel and wider global mobility include:
Download the full report to discover the key 2023 international mobility trends and find out how organisations can be better informed when making international mobility decisions for their policies.
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