For companies pursuing growth in new markets, having the right people on the ground is essential. Worldwide, more companies are drawing on the experience and know-how of their internal talent to develop business in new locations through global mobility assignments. Supporting business objectives and adapting to changing business requirements are the primary goals of these programs for the majority of companies.
Now in its 17th year, this annual poll continues to present benchmarking data and insights on how global companies manage their international assignment programs. This year, more than 600 organizations took part in the survey.
If you have not yet taken part in KPMG’s GAPP Survey, we encourage you to do so. Your responses will enhance our overall data set of leading global mobility policy trends and practices. We welcome your feedback on the survey itself, and we would be delighted to speak with you regarding your global mobility program, current challenges and goals for continuing improvement. Please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.kpmg.com.
Last but not least, we are excited to let you know that in mid-2015, KPMG will launch a new technology platform for our GAPP Survey. The new survey site will feature enhanced user functionality and reporting capabilities and refreshed questions reflecting current policy focus and practices that KPMG sees in the marketplace and new content requested by our clients. We will notify you once the new survey is released and look forward to your participation.
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