May 25, 2021

Flexible Mobility Series: Nike and Cartus, a Core/Flex Collaboration

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Flexible Mobility Series: Nike and Cartus, a Core/Flex Collaboration

We’re delighted to publish the second white paper in our new Flexible Mobility series, "Nike and Cartus: A Core/Flex Collaboration." The paper explores how Cartus and Nike collaborated to build and deliver a successful core/flex policy, the roles that each organization played, and the results achievedincluding an estimated USD$1.7 million in cost savings when comparing a traditional mobility policy with a core/flex approach.

A Focus on “Employee Experience”

Nike first approached Cartus about implementing a flexible policy construct in 2018 and the company’s number one focus was the “employee experience.” Of course, hitting business objectives was important, but they really wanted to balance that against being able to meet the needs of their diverse employee population.

Through a collaborative effort, in less than 12 months, Cartus and Nike had designed a fit-for-purpose program that offered flexibility and choice. The new policy produced significant results, including a 98-100% satisfaction rating.

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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 cartussolutions@cartus.com

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Jodi Lindemann

About Jodi

Jodi is an experienced leader in global talent mobility having worked in the relocation industry for the past 23 years in Client Services, Operations, and Supply Chain Management. Jodi’s current role is Vice President, Global Talent Mobility with dual responsibility for account management and operations for large multinational client engagements.

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