How to incorporate Work From Anywhere into your USA salary structures The ability to work from anywhere (WFA) presents many opportunities for organizations and employees.
Thanks for all who responded to our poll on whether Domestic Relocation policies are broken.
Are domestic relocation policies “broken”? At AIRINC we are hearing more and more about issues with current domestic relocation policies.
In general, getting an employee to accept a domestic relocation can be difficult. It is not easy to uproot a family, logistically manage a move, and establish oneself in a new city. However, it can be even more challenging when the new location is considerably more expensive.
The landscape for shipping was already bad when the Ever Given got stuck in the Suez Canal. The pandemic had already caused a shipping container shortage, driving up the cost of shipments worldwide. The recent Suez Canal blockage will presumably only add to the misery of expensive and delayed shipments. The timing for the mobility industry could not be worse.
Many companies are currently focused on enhancing their Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives. Global mobility professionals are being asked to adapt their policies to follow suit. But translating overall company initiatives into the mobility landscape isn’t as easy as one would hope.
It is time to look at your salary structures with a global lens.
The possibilities for Global Mobility in 2021 are almost endless. The opportunities are so great, prioritizing the roadmap for next year and beyond will be a happy challenge. Why this optimism? Global Mobility is no longer a hidden gem. We are now out in the open fully able to shine. This is the happy accident that the pandemic has given us. Global Mobility has so much value to add, and leadership now sees that.
In 2020 a lot of people are asking, “What is the future of mobility?” Prior to COVID-19, the industry hotly debated this question. Enter COVID-19 and the pandemic introduced further uncertainty about the role mobility should and will play.
While there are many steps to be taken to adapt to the emerging new normal created by COVID-19, there are two specific to global mobility policy that are important to address.