Social science has shown that international experiences can enhance creativity, reduce intergroup bias, and promote career success—and we couldn’t agree more. At P&C, 73% of our workforce lives outside the countries in which they were born, and 56% have lived in multiple countries for 2+ years throughout their tenure. These employees tend to have a clearer sense of self, be more resourceful, and are open to new ideas. In a tight labor market still reeling from the aftermath of the Great Resignation, employees who have a clearer sense of self, also tend to have a longer tenure. All of these factors are not only good for P&C, but they also add value to our clients and the outcomes we deliver. Furthermore, while organizations struggle to reconcile their remote work policies, we believe that allowing employees to work outside of their current countries—where economically feasible—could be a net positive for the employer.

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