Finally we head to Asia and examine the rising interests in cross-border remote work.
Next up in the AIRINC remote working series is the US. When considering a remote location it doesn’t always have to involve an international move.
Moving swiftly on from our last case study looking at working remote from Istanbul, we now compare the relativities of people in London and Warsaw seeking sunnier climes in either Madrid or Lisbon.
Following on from last week’s introduction to remote work considerations here we take a look into the numbers behind the romantic notion of packing up to work from another location.
Since the onset of the covid-19 pandemic the debate around remote working has been very lively.
Earlier this month AIRINC was invited to speak with Plus Relocation’s Advisory Council about the state of the US rental market.
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.