Integrated workforce mobility

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Traditional long-term moves are declining in favour of a variety of business travel approaches and mobility options that better fit organisational strategy and employee needs. Supported through a frictionless, consumer-level experience, these approaches can boost compliance and speed to deployment.

Related topics Workforce Tax

EY Mobility Pathway

What EY can do for you


International assignments are increasingly being used as both a talent development tool and a workforce incentive. They can also help the business put the right talent, with the right capabilities, in the right place — where your market and growth opportunities are — at the right time.

But host locations’ tax systems can be complex. Tax regulations can be difficult to understand, particularly when they are in the host language. Meanwhile, tax obligations in an employee’s home country often continue to arise.

Our integrated mobility services — covering tax, social security, equity withholding and global compensation — can help you move talent across the globe with minimum delay and inconvenience.


Through our Integrated Mobility Platform, we can provide risk assessments; help with government and regulatory bodies and downstream service providers; and, where required, tax, immigration and performance improvement advisory services.


International assignments can be expensive, and businesses often question whether they are managing global moves in the most cost-effective way.

We can help your organisation collect and analyze assignee compensation data, generate payroll instructions and produce accurate total-cost reporting.


Strategically driven organisations send employees on assignment to capitalize new markets and develop local successors. Our mobility transformation approach can help your organisation identify efficiency leakages in your programs and provide a road map to refining them to full effect.

Social security

Social security regulation is becoming increasingly complex, and employers are facing many additional obligations to remain compliant. This is complicated all the more when organisations do not have the policies in place to protect the social security benefit for workers who drop out of their home-country scheme during an international assignment.

We can help your organisation manage compliance requirements by improving data, systems and processes.

Gender Pay Gap reporting

The Gender Pay Gap Reporting is a regulatory requirement that mandates some employers in Ireland to publish information on their Gender Pay Gap on an annual basis. We can aid employers both in the practical gender pay gap reporting and further help employers to identify the reasons behind the gap and how to address it. To find out more click here to download our brochure.

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