With your year-end tax reporting completed (or close to it, hopefully) now’s the time to start planning for a pain-free 2019.
When you consider the factors that influence your company’s workforce mobility spend, there are the “usual suspects” that come to mind.
You don’t know what you have until it's gone. However, if you're one of the lucky few, or should I say, the perceptive few, you'll realize the value of the talent that keeps your company rolling.
When it comes to managing your mobile workforce, knowledge is power. And by “knowledge,” we mean data analytics.
More and more companies are using Extended Business Travelers to pursue special projects, acquisitions and expansion into new regions. But unlike traditional long- and short-term assignments, companies are not typically as vigilant about tracking EBT employees, increasing their risks of costly violations of tax and visa laws. Our latest survey asked corporate managers how they manage their EBTs, and the results shed fascinating—and painfully real—insight to the opportunities and dangers these moves represent.
Managing the mobile employee has become exponentially more complex recently due to shifting demographics, increased globalization and tighter competition for talent across all industries. Our research indicates a recent phenomenon: companies pursuing greater agility and flexibility to accommodate rapidly-changing business goals and seize opportunities.
There are a lot of challenges associated with relocating employees, especially when you are talking about moving workers to major metropolitan areas. One of the main reasons? Extreme increases for common expenses.
Corporate United is excited to announce our newly improved agreement with Weichert Workforce Mobility, which has resulted in a truly unique offering. Additionally, this is the first fully-leveraged workforce mobility agreement. Our highly successful, seven-year partnership with Weichert has already allowed more than 30 Corporate United members to utilize this global program.