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Diversity & Inclusiveness in International Mobility

Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness (DEI) policies and talent strategy

Understanding your needs

More and more, companies see Diversity, Equity & Inclusiveness (DEI) as a key part of their global talent strategy.  However, when it comes to mobility, progress is not always so linear.

Several countries in the world may present higher risks for certain types of minorities, and companies mindful of their duty of care to employees will, understandably, not wish to expose them to danger.

However, this may conflict with the greater goal of ensuring that minorities get the same opportunities.  Reconciling this is key to a successful DEI strategy.

Our people, your partners

Our award-winning Global Mobility team is not only a winner of tax awards, but has also won awards for DEI, and we use this experience to help our clients succeed in aligning their DEI policies with their talent strategy.  

We provide our clients with

  • Considerable experience in designing talent policies that ensure that DEI is built in from the beginning
  • Methodology to measure Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and develop programmes and policy to ensure that mobility and talent policies align with the company’s DE&I agenda

Visit our Global Mobility hub for more information about our team as well as our latest guides, news and insights.

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