Exploring Rotational Assignments

Rotational assignments are on the rise - find out why! Use of rotational assignments continues to increase and develop across the mobility landscape. In fact, 56% of companies expect their rotational volume to increase in 2017. In our "Exploring Rotational Assignments Survey Report," we look at how companies are utilizing these assignments and why they can be a big boon to talent development efforts.

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Oct 17, 2016
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Use of rotational assignments continues to increase and develop across the mobility landscape. In fact, a whopping 88% of companies surveyed recently by Plus Relocation predict their rotational assignment activity to increase or remain the same in 2017, as compared to 2016. To better understand how companies are increasingly using these as a development strategy, we conducted a survey of 78 total respondents from a variety of industries – of these respondents, 66% send employees on rotational assignments; of the 34% who do use rotational assignments, half indicated they plan to in the future.

Simply put, rotational assignments are a series of two or more assignments (usually short-term). The top two reasons companies implement rotational assignments are to:

In this report, we present the key findings from our survey and share trends and recommendations on how to utilize rotational assignments to reach your business and talent objectives. This report highlights:

1.) What is driving these types of assignments

2.) What companies have to say about the outcomes of rotational assignments - successes and challenges

3.) Who is targeted for these opportunities

4.) How are assignees selected

5.) Other program specifics (benefits, mentors, ROI...) of rotational assignments

To download the entire report: http://www.plusrelocation.com/must-know-info/progr...

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Chris Pardo, GMS-T

Vice President, Global Services , Plus Relocation Services

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