Coronavirus Pulse Survey: Final Results

    Feb 26, 2020 @ 02:00 AM / by Gerald Abbey

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    The Results Are In:

    AIRINC recently conducted a “pulse survey” to understand how global companies operating in China who maintain expatriate staff in the country are responding to the outbreak. Out of the 110 companies who participated in the survey, 99 companies (or 90%) are considering implementing specific actions for assignees in China in response to the spread of the COVID-19.

    Key Takeaways:

    Below are some of the key findings from our recent Coronavirus Pulse Survey:

    • 82% of companies are now providing their assignees with the option of working from home
    • 46% are providing assignees with distribution of masks
    • 22% are providing additional medical support 
    • 4% are providing assignees with distribution of food and pharmaceutical supplies

    Learn more by downloading the complete report below:

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    Topics: Hardship, Hardship scoring, Benchmarking, China, Mobility Policy, Hardship Rankings, Hardship Payments, Hardship Evaluations, ALERT, Insights and Experience, Pulse Survey, Coronavirus, COVID-19

    Gerald Abbey

    Written by Gerald Abbey