PwC Enhancing Talent Mobility Services

25 January 2016

As the needs of our clients to source and mobilise talent continue to increase and as the future of work evolves, the nature of talent mobility continues to shift in fundamental ways.  Most of the growth in talent mobility is coming not from traditional expatriates, but from a variety of new mobility types — commuters, business travellers, virtual assignments, and in the future, freelance project workers.  At PwC we continually strive to bring an agile, flexible and connected approach which keeps our clients ahead of the compliance curve and delivers a differentiated experience for both corporate users and employees.

To that end, PwC’s Global Mobility practice has joined together with MOVE Guides, a technology and services company, transforming the global mobility industry. Together we will provide our clients with an end-to-end global mobility solution to support their mobile employee population.  This relationship offers a differentiated and full-service mobility offering to the market, including compliance, consulting, immigration, and relocation services underpinned by innovative, mobile, cloud based technology.

We are very excited to partner with MOVE Guides to enable us to best position our clients for the future of talent mobility.

For more information, please reach out to Peter Clarke, PwC Global Mobility Practice Leader or Dom Hammond, PwC Mobility Technology Services Co-Leader or visit us at www.pwc.com/globalmobility or http://www.moveguides.com.

Follow us on Twitter at @pwc_mobility  or @moveguides.

  

 

 

Comments

Do we have an office for this all over the globe or will this be managed from a particular country.

Hi Sanjay. We will be able to serve clients all over the globe. Thanks!

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