Lloyd's Register to centralise global mobility service

Paterson, Jennifer
February 2014
Employee Benefits;2/26/2014, p7
The article offers information on the centralization of global mobility service at Lloyd's Register. It presents the views of Selina Jones-May, head of global mobility at Lloyd's Register, related to process-mapping and global mobility function. It also talks about robust business case submitted by organization's executive committee which includes models of the project's financials and return on investment.


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