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Morgan Crosby

Vice President Americas at AIRINC Morgan Crosby leads the Americas region at AIRINC, with responsibility for the strategic direction, growth, and performance of the Americas business. As a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of global mobility experience, Morgan is known for driving brand growth, developing thought leadership, and delivering excellent client experiences. She advises companies on leading mobility practices, helping them to rethink how they manage global mobility through innovative and creative solutions for even the most challenging mobility programs. Morgan is a frequent speaker and published author on global mobility issues, including innovation, international compensation, and leading practice trends. Morgan holds a master’s degree in International Relations from Boston University, and she is based at AIRINC’s headquarters office in Cambridge, MA.
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Are you getting the most out of your Global Mobility Network?

Feb 03, 2020 @ 01:41 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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Consistently, when I ask people what they like about working in global mobility, they say, “No day is ever the same.” It is that daily diversity that keeps professionals engaged. And no wonder global mobility is so dynamic; it involves so many disciplines, and it is a deeply human field.

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2020 Global Mobility Playbook [Download]

Jan 31, 2020 @ 04:15 AM / by Morgan Crosby

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Today's global mobility function needs a new playbook. A new way of focusing the function to meet the demands of 2020 and beyond. At every organization, the requirements of the mobility function are unique. Your function should focus on your company’s definition of mobility success and aim towards that goal. While each company’s mobility mission will be different, there are common steps that can be followed to establish an optimal function.

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The Top 3 Reasons to Benchmark your Global Mobility Program

Nov 25, 2019 @ 03:00 AM / by Morgan Crosby

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In the past year, AIRINC has seen a surge in requests for benchmarking information. This is not surprising given that our industry is undergoing tremendous change. During uncertain times, keeping a pulse on evolving practices becomes even more important. While many things in global mobility are different today, there are three main reasons benchmarking has recently increased in importance.

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Top 3 Mobility Trends to Watch in 2019!

Jan 01, 2019 @ 07:00 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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Towards the end of last year, I was fortunate to spend some time with Global Mobility leaders discussing their goals and aspirations for 2019. While not everyone shared the same feedback, there were some common themes. I am sharing the top three trends to watch in 2019. It looks like a busy but exciting year for mobility!

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Permanent Transfers: Lessons Learned

Oct 02, 2018 @ 02:37 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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The expatriate world is small. It becomes clear very quickly to expatriate employees if one is getting a worse deal than their peer. An employee sent on permanent transfer does not get children’s education, support with housing, and other visible benefits of international assignees.

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3 Best Practices for Improving the Mobility Experience

Jul 31, 2018 @ 07:20 AM / by Morgan Crosby

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One of the biggest requests we get at AIRINC is for help improving the experience with mobility. In a world of strong talent competition, a good mobility function can be a true differentiator in acquiring and retaining good people. Mobility is seen as a critical aspect of company success, enabling global business.

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Know Before You Go: International Transfers and the Employee Experience

Jan 18, 2018 @ 01:33 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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How will you Deploy Talent Globally in 2019? Increasingly companies are leveraging international transfers to deploy talent across borders. For the employee, it presents an opportunity to live and to work in a new country.

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