COVID-19 and subsequent social distancing protocols have driven a rapid increase in remote work prevalence. Many mobility professionals have been deeply impacted by this trend.
Over the past few months, we have all begun to realize the many differences between life in the office and working remotely at home. We’re adapting to virtual meetings, we’re helping our children navigate online learning, we’ve developed home workout routines, and schedule a regular cadence of video happy hours/chats with friends and family.
I relocated to San Francisco in 2013. As someone who lives here and works in the cost-of-living industry, I can confirm that SF is one of the most costly places in the world. But, I'm also here to tell you that living here is worth the cost. The Bay Area is a truly wonderful place to live. But organizations often have a hard time relocating talent here due to the cost. But even when we do convince people to move, relocations often fail because organizations don't help relocating employees understand the nuances of the Bay Area and find the right housing fit for them.
AIRINC is delighted to invite you to participate in a benchmark survey focused on executive relocation practices. The survey primarily focuses on US domestic moves but also touches on international one-way relocations and two-way assignments. Responses are anonymous and participants will receive a copy of the results. We hope you can join us!
How do I effectively communicate in a Social Media driven world? Mobility departments are struggling to keep up in a world transformed by easy access to information.
At AIRINC, we specialize in all things international, so it only makes sense that we're big fans of the world's game. Our staff hails from many of the nations competing in the World Cup and we have been following the competition closely.