The results highlight key challenges and popular solutions that organizations use to enhance the effectiveness of critical cross-border mobility approaches. Increasingly International Business Travel is considered a key strategic global mobility policy offering, and organizations are seeking to streamline administration, capture costs, and ensure compliance.
Earlier this week, AIRINC hosted several industry leaders for a mobility innovation roundtable at our Cambridge, MA headquarters. The roundtable kicked off with a “sneak peak” of results from AIRINC’s latest 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey. Throughout the day attendees discussed current program challenges and the future state of mobility with their peers.
The LTA benchmark provides a comprehensive overview of policies and practices for temporary long-term international assignments. In addition to a detailed look at pre- and post-assignment, relocation, and on-assignment benefits, the benchmark reviews pay and tax approaches, and highlights the trend toward greater flexibility both in policy configuration and in how benefits are delivered.
In the past year, AIRINC has seen a surge in requests for benchmarking information. This is not surprising given that our industry is undergoing tremendous change. During uncertain times, keeping a pulse on evolving practices becomes even more important. While many things in global mobility are different today, there are three main reasons benchmarking has recently increased in importance.
AIRINC is delighted to invite you to participate in a benchmark survey focused on executive relocation practices. The survey primarily focuses on US domestic moves but also touches on international one-way relocations and two-way assignments. Responses are anonymous and participants will receive a copy of the results. We hope you can join us!
Understanding Cost of Labor versus Cost of Living assessment: Whether internationally or domestic, there is still the need to get your talent to the right location in the right way, and at the right pay levels. International mobility has additional complications, but domestic mobility continues to trend as a challenge for many organizations and their employees.
As a global mobility professional, does this question sound familiar? Are you more frequently being tasked with managing domestic moves along with your international responsibilities? Although you may think of domestic moves – transfers within the same country – as outside your purview, there are advantages to streamlining international and domestic mobility policies.
If you're like most companies, you probably view Home Leave budgeting as a time- and money-consuming challenge. Whether you use a blend of lump sum/cash allowances, reimbursement, tickets booked directly through corporate travel, or a choice between these options, difficulties often arise; they’re unavoidable!
Do you know how your policies measure up for cost-competitiveness, flexibility, employee experience, and more? Along with an understanding of general market trends, you need internal insights based on your organization's unique business needs.
There is still an opportunity to participate in AIRINC’s domestic relocation benchmark for moves within the U.K.!