Cross-Border Talent Transfers: Coordinate and Collaborate [Download]

    Nov 04, 2020 @ 05:45 AM / by Genie Martens

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    COVID-19 Recovery: An array of creative solutions

    COVID-19 business recovery efforts are resulting in an expanding array of creative solutions to fill talent needs on a global basis. One such solution is the use of intra-company cross-border transfers.

    By transferring existing talent between countries, companies are able to leverage proven performers and avoid the costs of external recruitment and hiring. These international transfers can also expand career development opportunities for key talent in light of business slowdowns and hiring freezes.

    AIRINC’s 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey confirms the popularity of this trend; over seventy percent of organizations have one-way, intra-company transfer policies, and a quarter of survey participants confirm that one-way transfers make up their most commonly used cross-border move approach.

     

    Learn about:

    • Key points when moving talent from developed to emerging economies
    • The challenges around compensation, compliance, and logistics
    • Identifying transfers that will have the highest likelihood of success
    • Establishing a consistent and equitable approach to talent transfers
    • The importance of effective collaboration

    Download your copy of AIRINC's Cross-Border Talent Transfers: Coordinate and Collaborate today!

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    About AIRINC

    Listen | Partner | Deliver.  For over 60 years, AIRINC has helped clients with the right data, cutting-edge technology, and thought-leading advice needed to effectively deploy talent worldwide. Our industry expertise, solutions, and service enable us to effectively partner with clients to navigate the complexity of today’s global mobility programs. As the market continues to evolve, AIRINC seeks innovative ways to help clients address new workforce globalization challenges, including mobility program assessment metrics and cross-border talent mobility strategy. Our approach is designed with your success in mind. With an understanding of your goals and objectives, we ensure you achieve them. Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, USA, AIRINC has full-service offices in Brussels, London, and Hong Kong. Learn more by clicking here.

     


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    Genie Martens

    Written by Genie Martens

    As a senior member of AIRINC’s Client Engagement team and Advisory Consultant, Genie counsels Global 500 companies on designing, implementing and managing effective mobility programs for their international employees. With over thirty years of experience in the field of global mobility, Genie’s areas of expertise include mobility program and pay design, and development of data solutions to support mobility programs. Genie frequently interacts with clients and their stakeholders in business case presentations and workshops, and has traveled to over forty countries in connection with these activities. She works with a diverse range of industries including consumer goods, EPCM, financial services, energy and non-profit sectors. Genie is also focused on providing support to existing programs with respect to communications, training and problem-solving, and is a frequent contributor and speaker at AIRINC’s educational seminars and roundtables.