Sandra De Bruyker

    Sandra graduated with a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Antwerp in 1997. In 1998, she also received Master’s degrees in Business Law and Tax Law. Before joining AIRINC in 2007, Sandra gained significant experience as a Tax and HR specialist. She also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers where she was responsible for advising and assisting international clientele with respect to international mobility and setting up and implementing international employment structures. Fluent in Dutch and French, Sandra has worked for AIRINC since 2007. In her role as Associate Director Client Engagement at AIRINC, Sandra works with clients from various industry groups with respect to expatriate compensation.

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    How to keep your assignees happy in these challenging times

    Aug 27, 2021 @ 09:07 AM / by Sandra De Bruyker

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    More than ever, it is important to keep your assignees happy. They have all been affected by COVID-19: some had to quarantine, while others were not able to visit family in their home country due to travel restrictions.

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    Do you consider input from local HR when updating housing budgets?

    Jul 02, 2021 @ 05:18 AM / by Sandra De Bruyker

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    Global Mobility is often challenged by local HR about the housing budgets in a given location. What do you do in this case? Do you consider HR’s input and potentially adjust the housing budgets accordingly, or do you maintain the housing budgets based on the data from your provider?

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    How can you manage Oil & Gas Rotator Assignments with Quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic?

    Sep 24, 2020 @ 08:07 AM / by Sandra De Bruyker

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    We are living in a challenging environment. Many companies are taking the opportunity to review their mobility policies to ensure their provisions are still aligned with market practice and/or are looking to reduce costs.

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    How do you manage incidental costs when an assignment gets cancelled?

    Jul 01, 2020 @ 04:11 PM / by Sandra De Bruyker

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    In these challenging times, companies are being faced with exceptional circumstances. One of these exceptional circumstances is when the assignee is packed to go on assignment but the assignment is cancelled last minute. Companies will typically pay for the costs directly linked to the relocation, such as shipment and medical expenses, but what about incidental costs?

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