An interesting article in Personnel Today challenges the conventional methods of a "one-size-fits-all" approach to global mobility support. A bespoke approach to global mobility has been loosely defined as creating global mobility programs customized to the individual on the assignment, and delivered before, during and after an expat assignment. The author provided the example that families may have different healthcare needs than an expat travelling alone does.

This concept aligns very well with our belief at Plus that understanding the needs, concerns and personas of each relocating employee is critical to relocation success, as well as a positive employee experience.