At the recent Expat Academy APAC Huddle event, a participant raised an interesting question on the use of lump sums and whether they are a popular way to facilitate permanent one-way moves.
Secondment allowance is a type of allowance that companies use to cover on-assignment expenses in host countries.
The Greater Bay Area (GBA) is China’s ambitious goal to develop an integrated economic and business hub that links its two special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau along with 9 Chinese cities across the southern China region.
We have recently seen an increased level of interest from companies who are keen to find ways to capitalize on a softer rental market. Objectives vary greatly but identifying ways to manage program costs is an important priority for companies. After taxes, housing is one of the big-ticket items in any global mobility program.
AIRINC was a proud sponsor at the recent Virtual Mobility Forum (VMF) organized by Jasper Events. Long considered to be one of the top organizers of global mobility events in the Australia-New Zealand region, this year's Jasper Events Virtual Mobility Forum expanded participation to included mobility professionals from across the entire APAC region.
AIRINC APAC recently hosted an online panel discussion to understand how organizations are coping and realigning their global mobility programs in the wake of changes caused by COVID-19.
The panel, facilitated by AIRINC's Fred Schlomann, will focus on: Talent – Will the profile of mobile talent change?
While no one can predict when the COVID-19 outbreak will be contained, the pandemic has firmly stalled and reversed rising property trends across Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore. AIRINC spoke to industry experts across Asia’s most dynamic business hubs to understand the unique characteristics of each market and what changes and opportunities lie ahead.
Perspective in Global Mobility is important, and we work hard to bring unique insights from across the world of mobility and the many facets it covers. The interview below is with AIRINC APAC's Client Solution Manager, Wei Wu, who is a Chinese National and completed a two-year assignment at our headquarters in Cambridge before transferring to our AIRINC Hong Kong office.