Join us for a discussion with VMware's Adele Yeargan to hear how the Mobility team got a seat at the table and is driving change.
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Jason Tang is the new APAC Region Deputy Leader. Jason moves into the role that Fred Schlomann recently vacated after 25+ years of service.
Join us for a fun way to test your mobility trivia knowledge. Compete with your peers to answer fun questions such as: Which of the following 4 countries has the most expensive gas/petrol prices? Which of the following 4 cities has the lowest average rent for a family of four? Which of the following 4 countries is the most expensive for a Netflix subscription?
Don't forget to register for the Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM) annual conference. This event features many great sessions on remote work, the future of mobility, immigration, tax and much more. It also features AIRINC's Inez Nomidis. Inez along with HPE's Kerwin Guillermo will present on "A Future-Proof, Purpose-Driven Approach to Flexible Mobility".
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Bruno Lagasse is the new Deputy Region Leader for EMEA. For the last six years, Bruno has been leading the Client Engagement group. With this promotion, he will act as second-in-command to Steve Brink who has been acting as the EMEA Regional Leader. Bruno will be involved in overall EMEA strategy, marketing/messaging, business development, and maintaining oversight role of Client Engagement.
Webinar: Adapt to a flexible new normal
2021 Mobility Outlook Survey - The latest trends in global mobility
WorldatWorld published a recent article written by AIRINC's President and CEO, Steve Brink. In this article, Brink discusses how new remote work scenarios have added complexity from a compliance and a competitive pay perspective.
Top 100 global mobility service providers list - now open for nominations!
Are you thinking about the future of compensation in Australia and New Zealand? Take our short pulse survey to understand how companies are currently structuring compensation in these countries., and how they’re planning to address the rise of remote work and the proliferation of work locations.