The 2012 Global Mobility Survey conducted in partnership with Ipsos Global Public Affairs, reports on the attitudes of 12,827 working men and women in 24 countries towards international relocation for employment purposes. Almost half (45%) of employees strongly agree that they could be convinced to take an international assignment, ‘if the incentive package from my employer was right’ or ‘if my employer provides support for my spouse to get a job there, too’.
Read the Executive Summary: Global Mobility Survey Executive Summary
Download a copy of the complete report, which includes vital information about the attitudes of employees towards international assignments. Learn more about the types of employees who are willing to move – are they young professionals, women or seasoned executives? Get insights by country of origin and top destinations of choice. The report provides extensive research on the types of incentives that are most likely to motivate an employee to accept an international posting. These are just some of the detailed findings in the report.
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