Mobility’s scope of responsibility continues to broaden, challenging the function’s ability to advise their customers in a progressively complex global business environment.
Traveling, working, or living abroad and need to know the most cost-effective means of getting around? AIRINC has developed a calculator to help you make an informed decision.
AIRINC is featured in the February edition of Mobility, a magazine that "examines the key issues affecting the global mobility workforce." This article appears on page 10, the "Tips and Trends" section, and is entitled Housing Markets on the Rise—and Not.
AIRINC recently conducted a “pulse survey” to understand how global companies operating in China who maintain expatriate staff in the country are responding to the outbreak. Out of the 110 companies who participated in the survey, 99 companies or 90% are considering implementing specific actions for assignees in China in response to the spread of the COVID-19.
AIRINC offers a full suite of mobility consulting services. We listen and partner with you to deliver lasting solutions that ensure you make the best decisions for your organization. Below are two samples of cases studies where we've helped a company like yours solve the problems that were important to them.
You are invited to join us as we discuss the results from our recent Long-Term Assignment Benchmark Survey. You will learn about policy best practice from 185 global companies who participated in this survey. In this session, we will discuss:
If it's not the most interesting job in the world, it's certainly one of them. AIRINC Cost-of-Living Surveyors travel all over the world for roughly six months of the year to collect pricing data. On the surface, this is the dream job for anyone that thrives on challenging global travel – the kind that takes grit and determination to grind through as you move cities on a seemingly daily basis. Instead of touring from site to site though, you move from store to store and source to source in each location, collecting data to populate a market basket of goods, services, housing, and hardship data.
Listen to the recording of our recent webinar that discussed the results from the 2020 International Business Travelers Benchmark Report and learn more about:
In 2019, we witnessed continued global change and the influence of political uncertainty on our industry. Global Mobility programs have had to adapt and adjust to meet changing laws that have impacted expatriate pay packages, and we expect 2020 will bring more change.
As we close out the year and look to 2020, we are highlighting the most impactful news for Global Mobility in 2019. Last week, we posted our top 5 downloads and our top 5 mobility policy articles. Today's post features the most popular tax news that we published this year.