Domestic relocation has long been in place to drive business operations, but companies are also recognizing that employees have different preferences for what type of support they want to receive and how involved they want to be in the relocation process.
Come and hear Morgan Crosby and Jordan Blue speak at the 2022 WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition about how the pandemic has caused the workforce to assess where they live and where they work, prompting them to select locations where they prefer to live.
To truly engage employees, global mobility policies should be designed with the people’s preferences in mind.
Calgary’s desirability is growing fast, causing quick movement in the housing market. With low cost of living, an up-and-coming tech sector, and loosened COVID-19-related travel restrictions, Calgary is a popular destination for both domestic movement and international assignees.
Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey showed that international one-way transfers are one of the fastest growing policy types: 68% of respondents already have a one-way transfer in their policy suite and 50% are anticipating increasing their usage.
Like other urban cities across the United States, San Francisco’s rental market took a big hit as many people in the tech hub changed their residence during the work-from-home policies of the pandemic.
We get a lot of inquiries about the lockdowns in China asking if companies are providing additional support to their expats. We reached out to a group of large companies and found, in general, nothing extraordinary is being offered so far.
Not long ago, when the results of AIRINC’s annual Mobility Outlook Survey (MOS) results were hot off the press, I held a joint webinar with German personnel association, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung to compare and contrast German/Austrian companies’ (GACs) responses with the rest of the world.
AIRINC will be at the 2022 WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition presenting; "Time to Rethink How You Set Compensation Levels in the “New” Normal?".
Like most places around the world, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada and Labrador was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.