The RES Forum Releases its 2015 Annual Report
London, 23th April 2015 - The RES Forum today released its 2015 Annual Report entitled;
Strategic Global Mobility & the Talent Management Conundrum.
This year's report was written and produced by Professor Michael Dickmann, with support from The RES Forum, UniGroup Relocation Network and Equus Software. Entitled "Strategic Global Mobility and the Talent Management Conundrum", the report identifies the key operational and strategic questions posed by the 600+ HR mobility professionals of the RES Forum during 2014, and provides us with insight into how we can address these challenges in 2015. It covers almost 350 surveys on contemporary global mobility topics which the RES Forum conducted in 2014. The data is provided by RES Forum members, making this report an authoritative study of the key trends happening today within the global mobility industry. This report is truly unique in the HR mobility space in that it not only reflects the hot topics and issues for global mobility professionals as identified by global mobility professionals, it also overlays that reality with both academic and professional research on global mobility, incorporating research on both international HR and strategic Talent Management. The highlights of the report are chapters examining-
- Leading Edge Global Mobility – Strategic & Operational Drivers
- Organisational Design & Talent Management
- Programme Compliance & Duty of Care
- Reward Package Design
- Programme Management & Technology
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The RES Forum (www.theresforum.com) was created in 2006 as an independent community for International HR & Mobility professionals and is now the largest and most active network, specialising in global mobility survey data, modelling and analytics. Over 629 members from 340 of the world’s leading companies in 40 countries, all mobility professionals, have joined the RES Forum and are active participants in knowledge sharing in an increasingly growing online community.
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