July 12, 2022

Introducing the Cartus-Topia 2022 Remote Work Landscape Report – Executive Summary

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Introducing the Cartus-Topia 2022 Remote Work Landscape Report – Executive Summary

It was unclear a couple of years ago if remote work was going to remain or fade post-pandemic. Today, it seems as though, for many companies and industries, the practice is here to stay.

Cartus_Remote-Work-Survey-Executive-Summary-THUMB_2022-06.pngA straightforward concept on paper—employees simply work from somewhere other than an office—the actual where, when, and how of remote work is a much more complex question than many organizations expected and can easily become overwhelming. Extended holidays, temporarily moving to work near family, picking up and relocating without mentioning it to your employer—these are just a few of the many considerations organization must grapple with to keep their workforce happy, effective, and legally compliant.

The following summary references the results of a joint survey report produced by Cartus and Topia in early 2022 on the topic of remote, hybrid, and distributed workforces in the global talent mobility space. The survey received responses from 50 different global organizations across the fields of Consumer Goods, Energy & Utilities, Finance, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Manufacturing/Construction, Media, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical, Professional Services, Technology, and more. The full report will be available later in 2022.

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Erika Reichard

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Erika Reichard has more than 23 years of global mobility industry experience in global learning and development, relocation accounting, and project management. As Director of Business Process, Erika specializes in collaborating across the business to identify and implement process and system efficiencies that drive client and customer excellence.

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