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Calling all HR: Take part in the 2015 Global Mobility Survey

Published on 01/12/2014

The 2015 Global Mobility Survey is now open for participation as of 1 December 2014 until 31 January 2015.

The research study is conducted annually across 140 countries worldwide and is exclusively open to HR professionals who oversee their company’s Global Mobility programmes or have responsibility for transferring their company’s employees internationally. The award winning survey is conducted in multiple languages including English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Chinese. It is published in early 2015 and used by HR professionals and companies around the world to benchmark their own programmes and to keep track of the latest in best practices. 

The results of the survey are analysed by ISO20252 certified independent research company Circle Research with input from the Global Expert Panel which has previously included; Peggy Smith CEO of Worldwide ERC, John Rason from Santa Fe Group, Emma Gibbs of the Expat Academy, Yvonne McNulty from the Singapore Institute of Management University, Professor Maury Peiperl of the Institute of Management Development Switzerland, Stuart Woollard of Kings College, Brian Friedman Founder of the Forum for Expatriate Management and other published experts in the field of International HR and Global Mobility.

The Global Mobility Survey is the largest and the most robust review of multinational mobility programmes worldwide. The survey is relevant to HR and International Business Managers who are responsible for managing their company’s employee relocation programmes. Last year, 1,269 companies took part in the survey from across North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and the Pacific region and span a wide range of industry sectors. The Global Mobility Survey is conducted by Circle Research and commissioned by Santa Fe Group.