Benchmark Survey: Sustainability in Global Mobility

    Jun 20, 2022 @ 11:56 AM / by Mike Wincott

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    Sustainability plays an increasingly prominent role in corporate strategy, and an organisation’s approach to setting ESG (environmental, social and governance) standards directly impacts its global mobility programme.

    AIRINC in collaboration with EY are launching a survey to learn about how organisations are driving sustainability within mobility. To contribute, please take our short survey, here, Survey deadline is 8 July 2022.

    Taking our survey – which should take no longer than 5-10 minutes - will allow you to reflect on:

    • What sustainability means to you and your colleagues
    • Your organisation’s sustainability ambitions
    • Specific steps being taken to promote environmental sustainability.

    How will your input be used?

    Your survey responses will be anonymised and aggregated. Data will be analysed to identify trends, and you will receive premier access to the survey results.

    We’d love to hear from you! Thank you in advance for your participation.

    Sustainability Survey



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    Mike Wincott

    Written by Mike Wincott

    Mike Wincott: Senior Director Client Solutions, EMEA Mike joined AIRINC in 2014 and leads our advisory services practice in EMEA. Mike works with global organisations to devise mobility programmes which support overall company strategy, with a particular focus on mobility compensation, operational and policy solutions. Before joining AIRINC, Mike spent 15 years at Deloitte, the last four of which he was the Partner leading Deloitte’s Global Mobility Compensation Services (GMCS) practice in Europe. Having been an expatriate himself, Mike and his family localised in Belgium in 2007. Mike started his career as a tax advisor with Arthur Andersen after gaining a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration from Bath University. He is an alumnus of IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.