Insight on how global organizations administer their HR programs
If your organization is pursuing growth in new markets, having the right people on the ground is essential. While attracting new talent in chosen markets is vital, leveraging your organization’s internal pool of experienced talent can be one of the best ways to achieve growth through temporary international work assignments and transfers of employees between global subsidiaries and affiliates.
These are some of the key findings from KPMG International’s Global assignment policies and practices (GAPP) survey 2016. Now in its 18th year, this annual poll continues to present benchmarking data and insights on how global companies manage their international assignment programs.
The survey allows you to view results in a variety of different ways, including: headquarters location, organization size, program size, and industry classification. It allows you to benchmark your organization in relation to other participants on numerous aspects of an international assignment program; including: assignee selection and assessment, assignment preparation and planning, talent and performance management, assignment compensation and allowances, administration and outsourcing, tax reimbursement policies, immigration, assignment management technology, as well as assignment data and analytics.
KPMG's LLP's (KPMG) Ben Garfunkel and Achim Mossmann share trends and insights on how global companies manage their international assignment programs, as highlighted by KPMG's 2016 Global Assignment Policies and Practices Survey.
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