September 28, 2021

Flexible Mobility Series: Choosing the Direction of Change

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Flexible Mobility Series: Choosing the Direction of Change

So you want to design a more flexible mobility program? Once this first decision is made, a torrent of progress-arresting questions can soon follow. We think that designing the future should be less daunting and more exciting, so in our latest interactive Flexible Mobility series white paper, Choosing the Direction of Change, we aim to cut through the confusion, put the questions in order, and provide you with step-by-step guidance on policy transformation.  

In this next chapter, we share our best practice recommendations for how a company should begin their flexible mobility journey and the right decisions to make for your organization when looking at re-designing your mobility program. Cartus’ unparalleled industry experience in working with companies in this area means we have the tools, experience, and know-how to provide you with bespoke guidance to ensure you meet your mobility goals 

Learn More about Flexible Mobility 

Read our latest white paper on flexible mobility today. 

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Want to be the first to read our next white paper in the Cartus Flexible Mobility series? Click here to receive an exclusive copy.  

As the industry leader in global mobility, Cartus stands ready to support you in discussions around potential policy transformation. Want to learn more? Contact your Cartus representative or email

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Andy Conduit-Turner

About Andy

Andy has performed a number of roles throughout a 10-year global mobility career with Cartus. With broad experience in Account Management and a passion for innovation, Andy is accustomed to applying objective analysis to both industry trends and client data to provide insights and evolving solutions to meet changing client needs.

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