US states incorporate provisions of the Federal tax code into their own codes, meaning that federal tax reform has implications for state tax revenue.
99 global firms participated, with representation across over 10 industries and teams located in EMEIA, the Americas, and APAC. Most notably among our key findings was that 85% of Global Mobility teams believe creating a wider selection of basic policies is a strategic opportunity.
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Instead of relying on “benchmark” jobs (which may comprise only 50% or less of overall executive positions), the Borderless database includes data on all executive roles, across all countries.
Here are the results from our recent Pulse Survey on how the U.S. Tax Cuts and Jobs Act affects domestic mobility programs in the United States.
It’s paramount to the success of any global mobility program to approach relationships as a partnering of minds to ensure international assignment success.
The foundation for understanding external practice is good quality benchmarking data.
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AIRINC recently completed a benchmarking study on Long Term Expatriate Assignments.
Global companies routinely are faced with the complex challenges of sending employees on foreign assignments.