A recent PwC study found that only 22% of mobility teams align their mobility and diversity strategies. Yet, according to the same report, 72% of CEOs stated that they were concerned about a skills gap and the impact of this on talent development. The stereotype of the white, middle aged, male expat still rings all too true and companies are starting to realize how this is having a very real impact on their business.
While this remains a challenge for many mobility functions, there is a lot to be gained by encouraging closer links with talent and diversity teams. Identifying the missing pieces and leveraging data analysis is the first step to bridging the gap and achieving the strategic objective of having a truly global business.
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