Home Leave during COVID-19: How are companies responding?

    Aug 27, 2020 @ 07:18 AM / by Rob Zeitz

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    Managing Home Leave Policy when no one can travel

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had an ongoing impact to travel around the world. For global mobility programs that support home leave travel costs, such as airfare, there are several potential approaches for employees who are still in the assignment location, but are unable to travel. 

    Whether programs provide a cash allowance or reimburse travel costs, they must decide if they should continue paying the allowance, and if they should provide for additional home leaves once travel is possible to balance out the missed home leave caused by the pandemic.

    Which approach has your organization adopted?

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    Need help as you adapt your policy?

    If you're like most companies, you want to implement calculated change, and you value the assistance of a strategic advisor. AIRINC is here to listen, partner, and deliver on what you need.

    Contact us today to start a conversation on Home Leave in the COVID era and how to adapt your Mobility program:

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    Topics: Hardship, Benchmarking, Home Leave, Airfare, Mobility Policy, Global mobility, Airfare Database, Benchmark my policy, Advisory Services

    Rob Zeitz

    Written by Rob Zeitz

    Rob started at AIRINC in 2014 assisting the Data team with research projects. In 2016 he joined AIRINC’s client engagement team focused on clients with relatively smaller mobility programs. In 2019 Rob became a Client Engagement Manager, and currently works with clients of a variety of sizes and industries in the Central/Midwestern US, as well as Alberta, Canada.