In our ongoing series, AIRINC Insider, we interview our mobility all-stars to share some of their unique insights after years of workforce globalization experience. Jo joined AIRINC as General Manager, EMEA at the end of 2018 after 30 years working for two large Relocation Management Companies (RMCs). Jo has overall responsibility for activity in the EMEA region. She is based in AIRINC’s London office.
Our colleagues in Europe were busy this autumn with a successful series of events in London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Munich, and Berlin. Depending on the location, we presented the results of AIRINC’s Long-Term Assignment Benchmark, going over some of the details and trends from the survey results; we discussed the shifts we are observing towards a more flexible workforce; and we explored an alternative approach to assignment housing and how to manage both costs and expectations.
AIRINC in Europe are looking forward to one of the first global mobility events of the year with Expat Academy on 9 January 2020. Carl McClean and Jo Wakeham will be attending the Club100 huddle in London to discuss all the current trends and hot topics, and to provide advice on all the issues of the day.
As European cities position to attract new investments, jobs and talent, Frankfurt is emerging as a leading European Union epicenter, ready to embrace opportunities. It’s the perfect time and place to convene for the 2019 Frankfurt Mobility Summit.
Join us for an interactive and informative breakfast briefing at the NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam while we discuss the latest developments in global mobility.
Join us for an interactive and informative breakfast briefing at Le Loft Roquette in Paris while we discuss the latest developments in global mobility.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for Thought Leadership – Best Survey or Research Study of the Year by the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs). Best of luck to all fellow nominees!
AIRINC is honored to be shortlisted for the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs) this year!
Permits Foundation are an independent, not-for-profit organisation campaigning globally to improve work permit regulations to make it easier for partners of expatriate staff to gain employment during an international assignment.
The June Huddle will feature a round-table session on GM policy and the latest trends emerging in policy design. Expat Academy members and Network Sponsors will be on hand with expert advice.