Participate in our Latest Benchmark Survey: International One-Way Moves

    Oct 09, 2020 @ 02:06 PM / by Brooke Caligan

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    International One-Way Moves

    AIRINC’s recently released COVID-19 recovery benchmark reports that one-third of companies expect an increase in one-way transfers in the next year. With these types of moves becoming more common, learn what your peers are doing in this comprehensive survey focusing on cross-border permanent moves.


    Topics include:

    • Why companies are using international one-way moves
    • What relocation benefits are provided and how they’re delivered
    • Variations by factors such as job level, transfer purpose, etc.
    • Salary and benefits considerations
    • Transition support in the destination location

    By participating* in this survey you will receive premier access to a complimentary copy of the survey report. Your answers will be aggregated and completely anonymous.

    The survey deadline is October 23, 2020, so if you are interested, we encourage you to join the 100+ best-in-class companies that have already completed the survey:

    *This survey is for corporate HR participants only.

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    Topics: Hardship, Benchmarking, Mobility Policy, Insights and Experience, Benchmark my policy, international one-way moves, international one-way transfers

    Brooke Caligan

    Written by Brooke Caligan

    In Brooke’s current role she is responsible for designing and managing benchmark studies and analytical projects on AIRINC’s Advisory Services team. Her experience in benchmarking includes surveys for major oil and gas, consumer products and pharmaceutical companies. She has also been the lead analyst on numerous transition and integration initiatives within various industries. Brooke joined AIRINC in 2004 and prior to her current role she was a client services manager, responsible for providing services to client accounts in multiple industry sectors including oil and gas, pharmaceutical, financial services, manufacturing and technology.