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The pandemic has had a profound impact on the nature of the workplace, including upending long-held beliefs about the physical location of employees.

“The impacts of COVID-19, advancement of technologies, broadening scope of workforce mobility, increased focus by governments to track and share tax and immigration data — together with the benefits of offering more internationally flexible work patterns in the fight to attract, retain and motivate talent — have combined to light a fuse on the evolution of global mobility,” according to a new report from Vialto Partners. “The result? It all means that the foundations for mobility that were laid pre-2020 need to be rebuilt.”

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