During these unprecedented times, Global Mobility is challenged with the difficult task of supporting an international workforce amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. This survey focuses on how companies are handling their international expatriate populations, and the steps Global Mobility is taking to address the unique circumstances due to COVID-19.
In this unprecedented time, AIRINC has created a landing page to serve as a hub to help you learn more about how your peers in global mobility are responding to the impact of COVID-19. In addition we will share advice from our team, exchange rate changes, upcoming events, blog posts related to the crisis, and relevant documents. We also plan to add information related to the COVID-19 recovery.
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Jeff Hawk is the new Americas Region Leader. Jeff moves into the vacant Americas role that Morgan Crosby transitioned from to take on the newly created Global Growth Leader. With 27 years of mobility experience, Jeff brings significant and varied experience to the role; he has led the data operations group, served as a senior client engagement director, and managed the EMEA region as an expatriate himself. These varied experiences from personal to client to detailed data methodologies will serve him well in his new role.
Join our webinar for a review of the 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey results and a discussion on: What companies care about today and have planned for the coming year; how companies are enhancing the employee experience; and ways companies are delivering flexibility to the business and employees.
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Morgan Crosby has been appointed to the newly created position of Global Growth Leader. With the ever-changing nature of the mobility industry, her role will be to tie marketing, business development, and product management together to ensure our solutions meet today’s needs with an extra eye to the future of cross-border transfers.
Do you have assignees based in China? If yes, what are you planning to do with assignees disrupted by the Coronavirus? Many of our clients are seeing an increase in calls from concerned assignees asking to discuss their situation, including:
The results highlight key challenges and popular solutions that organizations use to enhance the effectiveness of critical cross-border mobility approaches. Increasingly International Business Travel is considered a key strategic global mobility policy offering, and organizations are seeking to streamline administration, capture costs, and ensure compliance.
Instant access travel allowances are now available based on the most common airfare parameters: non-refundable peak travel fare. If your policy supports specific airfare parameters, configured airfare allowances are also available with minimal set-up time. Available configurations include:
The LTA benchmark provides a comprehensive overview of policies and practices for temporary long-term international assignments. In addition to a detailed look at pre- and post-assignment, relocation, and on-assignment benefits, the benchmark reviews pay and tax approaches, and highlights the trend toward greater flexibility both in policy configuration and in how benefits are delivered.
It's time to reduce the administrative burden of researching and calculating allowances, and ensure consistency across your organization! Now you can: