The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has been unprecedented, and its impact to world markets has been reflected in foreign exchange. The impact of COVID-19 touches every part of the economy, and can largely be divided into three categories:
My primary responsibility is to serve as the strategic point of contact for the AIRINC clients in my region. I work with them to look for ways to help them meet their goals and face their mobility program’s challenges. The COVID-19 outbreak has been a prime example of the latter in 2020. I have been working with clients to ensure they are informed about the conditions facing their assignees and the impacts to the data that they receive from AIRINC – mainly hardship and danger pay.
In our ongoing series, AIRINC Insider, we interview our mobility all-stars to share some of their unique insights after years of workforce globalization experience.
In our ongoing series, AIRINC Insider, we interview our mobility all-stars to share some of their unique insights after years of workforce globalization experience. Jo joined AIRINC as General Manager, EMEA at the end of 2018 after 30 years working for two large Relocation Management Companies (RMCs). Jo has overall responsibility for activity in the EMEA region. She is based in AIRINC’s London office.
I spend my time working on one-way move issues such as host pay calculations, lump sum payments, and cost projections.
It’s paramount to the success of any global mobility program to approach relationships as a partnering of minds to ensure international assignment success.
This is what makes Mobility a credible partner and ensures that you are generating value to the organization.
Our clients can streamline their workflow by integrating AIRINC data and analytics directly into their assignment management system. This integration eliminates the time spent on manual steps of importing/exporting data, and also minimizes human error.
I receive requests for small, delightful cities such as Klaipeda, Lithuania, Reykjavik, Iceland, Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil, and Port Louis, Mauritius.