Economic Volatility and Your Mobility Program

    Sep 22, 2020 @ 10:43 PM / by Gerald Abbey

    Economic Volatility - On-Demand Webinar from AIRINC

    On-Demand | GMS & CRP credit available | Register

    Control program costs while meeting assignee needs via well-designed policies that address economic changes over time. In this 35-minute on-demand webinar, learn how to:

    1. Assess how inflation and currency fluctuations impact assignee pay

    2. Determine when and how to respond to volatility

    3. Review time-tested techniques to address volatility depending on pay approach

    4. Discuss best practices with respect to policy design, administration, and communications

     

    (S)GMS/(S)GMS-T® Recertification Credit and (S)CRP® Recertification Credit:

    Seminar Titles: Economic Volatility and Your Mobility Program & Policy Design Strategy (must complete both for credit)
    Effective Dates: 19 August 2020 – 31 December 2020
    GMS® credit hours: 1
    CRP® credit hours: 1

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    Topics: Mobility Program Management, Mobility Policy, Global mobility, Webinars, global compensation, Mobility trends, Training and E-Learning, economic volatility, COVID-19 Recovery

    Gerald Abbey

    Written by Gerald Abbey