There has been movement in the foreign exchange markets due to the reopening of economies and political action within and between governments. Many countries are showing signs of stability and strength...
One of the clear trends we have seen over the last year is the focus on companies mobilising their workforce innovatively, as normal talent flows have been displaced.
In June 2020 a client called me and said, “We’d like to pay our employees a work from home allowance to help cover the cost of faster internet, new home office furniture, and increased coffee purchases.” As a remote worker for the past 4 years, I can attest to the need for greatly increased coffee purchases!
Talent Acquisition Managers and Recruiters are experts at selling the prospect of working at their company. There are issues that candidates consider that these companies can’t control…cost-of-living being one of them.
The COVID-19 pandemic created more opportunities for negotiating rents around the world. In some markets, landlords are willing to negotiate rents, while others may offer shorter lease contracts or a more traditional monthly rent payment option.
AIRINC Housing Update: Below are select snapshots of rental markets around the world. These updates are taken from AIRINC's on-site surveys conducted during the first quarter of 2021.
Since spring 2019, AIRINC has regularly hosted a local Boston InTalent Group to connect mobility professionals and to prepare for the future of mobility.
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Taubaté’s rental market experienced rising demand in recent months. I spoke with local housing sources who explained that many affluent Brazilians living in dense neighboring cities like Sao Paulo are craving more spacious properties and many have moved to condominiums in Taubaté.
Oman’s government first enacted Omanization in 1988 to replace guest-workers and expatriates with Omani citizens in all jobs within the country. Oman and many other Gulf states rely heavily on foreign workers, but efforts to nationalize workforces to fight rising unemployment rates have accelerated in recent years. Oman intensified its Omanization policy over the past 12 months by increasing work permit fees by 50% for all expatriate workers.