Think Globally, Act Locally – Why you need a global workforce management strategy
This is a guest blog by Terri Edkins, a Senior Services Marketing Manager at Kronos.
“A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.” – Lao Tzu
Growing up, my world was only as big as the distance that my grandparent’s car could travel. Brief vacations during the summer were road trips to the White Mountains in New Hampshire or Fort Ticonderoga in New York, and only if finances and gas prices were favorable. It wasn’t until my first trip out of the country—a 17-day glorious adventure to Italy in 1984–that I fully grasped that the world was bigger and full of potential experiences just waiting to happen.
Air travel has made the world much more accessible and technology has expanded our reach even more. Globalization is forcing organizations to rethink how they manage a workforce that spans cultures and countries. We work with multinational companies who want to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and minimize their compliance risk by developing a global workforce management framework. Are you contemplating a world journey? Take a look at our paper, Think Globally, Act Locally – Why you need a global workforce management strategy. The world is full of potential for your business. Learn how we can help you.