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AIRINC and Benivo set out to explore how global employers are adapting to an expanding total pool of employees moving for work and a demographic shift towards a higher percentage of early career individuals.

Our study, The Future of Entry-Level Mobility, earned participation from 99 global organisations spanning 10 industries across EMEIA, The Americas and APAC. We looked at how corporates are evolving their strategies to take advantage of this trend, what's happening today, and what innovation is required.

85% of Global Mobility teams believe that creating a wider selection of basic policies is a strategic opportunity to support the business. Read the results of our study to understand how to jump ahead of the curve. Visit our study partners AIRINC at www.air-inc.com

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Benivo provided us an additional layer of support for our new recruits that didn’t exist before. The feedback was brilliant.

Wouter Hendriks, People Operations, Avrios
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