Developing policies and managing satisfaction are only part of running a successful international assignment program.
Developing policies is only part of running an international assignment program.
Administering assignments. Mitigating risk. Improving assignee satisfaction. Addressing potential new operating environments resulting from reorganizations. Reducing assignment-related costs. Each can add a layer of complexity in managing international assignment programs.
KPMG's Mobility Consulting Services (MCS) can help. For more than 30 years, our experienced team of professionals have been helping large and small multinational organizations, in different industries with varied requirements, better manage their globally mobile workers.
A wide range of services and support
Our global team combines experience in global mobility, international human resources and tax professionals to offer administrative outsourcing services and support. Some of these include:
Think global, act local
As a part of the KPMG International network of member firms with offices in 146 countries, we help clients to “think global, act local”: We may have global reach, but we also have the local-market knowledge--business conditions, mobility issues and capabilities—to help an international assignment program succeed.
Some or all of the services described herein may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates.
Employees’ commonly asked questions regarding international assignments.