Download a recording of our webinar where our speakers discuss how “Alternative” mobile workers are likely to accelerate in the post-COVID world. Are you ready?

Bristol Global Mobility and Global Tax Network discuss best practices for policy, tax, and compliance issues for this growing segment of the globally mobile workforce.

Agile companies need to meet the challenges of rapidly changing work patterns and a greater demand for flexibility. They also need to overcome employee barriers to mobility such as family reluctance, dual career concerns, and assignments to difficult locations.

Among the most significant developments is the increased focus on commuter, extended business travel, and remote assignments as a formal part of the global mobility policy portfolio. And we expect this trend to increase significantly in the post-COVID-19 mobility world.

  • Is your company anticipating the need for flexibility?
  • Do you have policy guidelines and an organizational process in place?

Now is a good time to plan and develop your approach. In this information packed hour, we will discuss benchmarking, best practices, policy formulation, and tax and compliance issues for these growing mobility trends.

Featured speakers:

  • Martin Foxwell, SVP Consulting & Communications, Bristol Global Mobility
  • Eric Loff, Managing Director, Global Tax Network
  • David Livitt, National Practice Leader, Business Traveler Services, Global Tax Network

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May 5, 2020