One variable that’s rarely discussed about the future of work is labour mobility: how and where people move for work. Demographic changes such as falling birth rates, combined with technology and other disruptions, mean gaps in talent need to be filled. Asian women, in particular, are one of the fastest-growing mobile worker groups, and their contribution is critical to economies. What are the risks of business-as-usual mobility, recruitment and retention policies? What policies help develop homegrown but globally-minded talent and inclusive organisations for the future of work in Asia?