Understanding mobility

A look at the top five factors driving change and the top five trends in relocation
By Stephen Cryne
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 10/03/2016

The nature of global mobility is changing. For years, the industry has observed a steady and significant shift in the way people work, live and communicate. It’s a shift that has ramped up demand for skilled and specialized workers and created new complexities for mobility professionals.

These changes have been the subject of countless research studies. Last fall, the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) teamed up with the European Relocation Association (EuRA) to take that research one step further in launching a study to discover top trends and consensus points in a vetted list of 57 global employee mobility reports published between 2011 and 2016.

The new study reflects the opinions and experiences of over 25,000 mobility stakeholders across 140 countries.