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AIRINC News: Expatriate Hardship - India versus China

Jun 27, 2017 @ 11:59 AM / by Gerald Abbey

Shanghai and New Delhi as seen during the recent AIRINC on-site cost of living surveys. Photos taken by AIRINC surveyors Omar Tarabishi and Meleah Paull.

AIRINC was recently featured in the Economic Times for a quality of life analysis, The Global 150, that was published in the Harvard Business ReviewThe Economic Times examined the results for China and India and discussed business needs in today’s global markets with Fred Schlomann, Vice President, AIRINC Asia-Pacific Limited.

“'To be able to support business objectives effectively, global mobility teams need to focus on three areas — developing the right set of policies that effectively support the business need; implementing the right organisational structure to effectively support the new strategic mandate for mobility; and fostering the right relationships within the organisation to ensure the success of the global mobility agenda.’”

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Topics: Air Pollution, Hardship, China, Hardship Evaluations, AIRINC News, India, Data and Infographics

Gerald Abbey

Written by Gerald Abbey

Gerry currently fills a dual role as a manager of expatriate housing within AIRINC’s Data and Analysis Department and as Social Media Marketing Manager. As a member of the housing team since 2009, Gerry helps train cost of living surveyors in international housing data collection and analysis methodology, and also assists in the quarterly release of housing and utility data for over 500 locations. Due to the ever changing mobility needs of AIRINC’s clients, Gerry is also working with a product development team to enhance AIRINC’s housing tools to better service our clients’ needs. As the managing editor for content, style, and publication of AIRINC’s blog, Gerry is able to cross-connect his wealth of data experience into valuable content for our global professional following. Before joining AIRINC, Gerry spent two years living as an expatriate in Southeast Asia on a Fulbright Scholarship, teaching and researching international instructional methodology.