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Infographic HR and in-house Global Mobility Cost Containment Vs Return on Investment from the Global Mobility Survey 2015

Global Mobility Survey

The Global Mobility Survey 2015 Report was released this week highlighting how HR and in-house Global Mobility professionals need to move from cost cutting to demonstrating the Return on Investment and value their functions deliver to their organisations. The authors of the survey have released an infographic illustrating the strategies used by 1,282 companies across 74 countries.

With 53.5 per cent of companies feeling obliged to focus on reducing overall Global Mobility costs rather than improving their return on investment, the Global Mobility Survey 2015 highlights the need for HR and in-house Global Mobility professionals to focus on demonstrating the value they generate for their companies. The annual Report also identifies some interesting and potentially surprising truths. For example, 49.7 per cent of companies surveyed never measure ROI on their assignments. The Report provides insight into the underlying cause and the solutions that may be achieved. Visit

About the Global Mobility Survey

The Global Mobility Survey is the world's largest and most reliable study of Global Mobility programmes managed by organisations worldwide. Independently researched to ISO20252 standards, the survey goes deeper than other studies and includes input from an Expert Panel of some of the world’s most influential figures in Global Mobility. The Report is published annually to provide insight into; key trends, strategy, best practice and the latest thinking. Academics, International Business Leaders, HR and Global Mobility professionals will also be interested in the benchmarking site which enables results to be analysed further by industry sector, programme size, geographic scope.

The 2015 survey recorded a record number of responses - from 1,282 companies from across the US, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and the Pacific region. All research for 2015 was conducted by Circle Research ( to ISO 20252 standards.

Should you have any questions, please contact:

Mike Brazier
Tel +44 (0)7765 88 16 49