One-Way Transfers are on the Rise!

    May 04, 2022 @ 06:23 AM / by Catherine Tylke

    2022 One-Way Transfers

     

    Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey showed that international one-way transfers are one of the fastest growing policy types: 68% of respondents already have a one-way transfer in their policy suite and 50% are anticipating increasing their usage.

    From our survey results and different conversations that we're hearing in the market place, we know that you are looking for more information around one-way transfers. To help you navigate this increasingly important aspect of mobility, we will be sending out content over the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can find some information and tools to support one-way transfers below:

    • Need to assess the economic impact of a one-way transfer on an employee?  Try our Salary Evaluation Tool!
    • Our Lump Sum Calculator increases flexibility for the employee and the business, while reducing administration

    More information will be forthcoming -- watch this space!

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    Topics: Mobility Policy, Global Mobility, Employee Compensation, Remote worker, Mobility Outlook Survey, Host-Based Compensation, lump sum calculator, Global Compensation, Benchmark my policy, one-way transfers, global mobility trend, trends in global mobility

    Catherine Tylke

    Written by Catherine Tylke

    Catherine joined AIRINC in 2008 as a data surveyor. Based in AIRINC’s Brussels office, she conducted over 35 on-site surveys in nearly 30 countries before joining the Business Development team in Europe in 2011. In her current role, Catherine assists the European team with responses to tenders, works as project coordinator for AIRINC’s consulting department, and provides support for AIRINC’s Product Management and Marketing activities in Europe. She received her B.A. in Comparative Literature in French and Spanish from Brown University in 2005, which included a semester abroad in Santiago de Chile. A native English speaker, she grew up in Brussels, Belgium and is fluent in French and Spanish.