Are U.S. Domestic programs changing how they offer flexibility?

AIRINC’s Pulse Survey examined whether companies are using or considering a core/flex approach in their U.S. Domestic policies, along with specific measures being taken to recognize affordability concerns in today’s challenging housing market.


Traditionally, lump sums and tiered policies have been the favored methods for achieving flexibility in domestic programs. While many companies persist with these approaches, others have begun implementing a core/flex approach. This alternative method allows companies to offer more individualized support tailored to employee or business needs while still maintaining essential benefits for all transfers.


Domestic programs require flexibility for many reasons, namely for addressing individual or family circumstances, for achieving cost containment for the business, and for incentivizing top talent to move where they are needed.


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AIRINC U.S. Domestic Trends Survey

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