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Study Results - The Future of Entry-Level Mobility by AIRINC and Benivo

There are certain undeniable trends impacting talent populations inside global organisations. One important trend is that hiring is increasingly less local. It is less bound by geographic constraints and considerations. Young talent can and want to launch and develop their professional careers nationally and internationally. 

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Personalizing the Welcome Experience

All new beginnings are hard - especially when moving is involved. One of the many challenges it entails is that you have to make many decisions which are all very important: where to live, how the first day at work will look like, how to commute, what budget to expect, how to settle in.

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Employee Experience is about Driving Productivity For Competitive Advantage by Jon Ayres and Antonia Cobb

This is part of a longer chapter, which will be published in Benivo’s upcoming thought leadership book “The Value of a Great Welcome - Employee Experience for New Joiners”, out late 2018. The book will contain contributions from 50 senior Talent and Mobility professionals and provide thought-provoking ideas and useful tips for improving the preboarding and onboarding experience for your staff. 

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Onboard with Purpose to reveal the Real Employee by Kimberlea Kozachenko at ATB Financial

This is part of a longer chapter, which will be published in Benivo’s upcoming thought leadership book “The Value of a Great Welcome - Employee Experience for New Joiners”, out late 2018. The book will contain contributions from 50 senior Talent and Mobility professionals and provide thought-provoking ideas and useful tips for improving the preboarding and onboarding experience for your staff. 

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How can employers reduce risk when sending employees overseas?

An interesting article posted on Personnel Today by Punter Southall Health & Protection highlights why preventing expatriate assignment failure should be a very high priority. Expat assignments cost an average of £217,000 per year and fail 40% of the time due to difficulties adjusting. Employers have a large, meaningful upside if they can reduce the failure rate.

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