A San Francisco-based European company was looking to break into a new growth industry that required hiring and relocating talent to different cities in the U.S.
According to AIRINC's recent U.S. Domestic Relocation benchmark, 29% of companies provide a cost of living allowance (COLA) for moves within the United States.
Remote Work Series, Part 4: How do you calculate compensation for a domestic remote work move?
Next up in the AIRINC remote working series is the US. When considering a remote location it doesn’t always have to involve an international move.
The past year has been unprecedented for inflation. Both supply chain issues and global conflicts have led to high single-digit to double-digit inflation in nearly every country.
According to AIRINC's 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey, cost predictability is a hot topic.
Recent headlines in the United States have been dominated by the rapid inflation of housing prices.
China announced that it will be requiring negative COVID-19 tests within 48 hours of departure from all inbound travelers from their last departure airport. Anyone that is flying into China on a non-direct flight will be required to get a rapid test in the city they depart the final flight into China or extend their layover to get a COVID test.
The 2021 Monaco Grand Prix is just around the corner (pun intended). This weekend, open wheel race cars will be flying around the tight streets of Monaco at speeds of 200-300 km per hour. This event often highlights incredibly wealthy and famous people who either live in Monaco or are visiting. Which left some of us at AIRINC wondering – why is Monaco so appealing to the wealthy elites of the world?
Are you reactive or proactive? A couple of months ago, Jessica Caligan shared how companies are using proactive communication strategies to enhance employee experience on international assignments.
Every year companies spend significant sums of money to house employees on global assignments. There is no easy way to assess the rationality of this spending within the context of the market. This is due to the limited access to industry-wide housing data and the limited ability to effectively analyze this data.