Over the last two years as an AIRINC Research Analyst, I’ve gotten accustomed to the multifaceted approach we take for our quarterly data collection. New assignments are allocated every three months and we fall into a familiar rhythm.
Over six months after the first COVID-19 case was reported, countries across the world are still adjusting to the new “normal.” After conducting almost thirty real estate interviews across nine Asian cities, the difference in city positioning, restrictions, capacity, and others’ perception of each city is stark, and the executive segments of these markets are responding differently.
I arrived early in the morning at Kinshasa’s N'djili International Airport this past January 29th on a connecting flight from Addis Ababa. Upon arrival, I expected the same chaos that I experienced during my previous surveys in 2003 and 2008, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Jeremy Piccoli and I joined a panel discussion during the Leaders in Global Mobility 2020 conference on June 23rd. We were joined by tax specialists Graeme McLean, Group Head of Employment Tax and Global Mobility at Sage and Preetam Kerai, International Employment Tax Lead of Centrica. Our tax panel discussion was moderated by Brian Friedman of Benivo.
AIRINC's President and CEO, Steve Brink, and Global Growth Leader, Morgan Crosby were the featured guests of Benivo's The View From The Top Live broadcast on Wednesday July 1, alongside host Brian Friedman, and series regulars Michelle Durkin of Benivo and Julia Onslow-Cole of Fragoman.
Next Wednesday, Benivo's The View From The Top Live with host Brian Friedman welcomes AIRINC's President and CEO, Steve Brink, and Global Growth Leader, Morgan Crosby. We look forward to a lively and engaging session that will cover a wide range of hot topics impacting Global Mobility right now.
Eleven weeks after COVID-19 was officially declared a pandemic, companies and employees have begun to settle into new ways of life around the world, though there are many questions which still remain unanswered about the future.
While it may be too soon to know exactly when the COVID-19 pandemic will begin to abate, it isn’t too early to start thinking about how to best position your global mobility program for when the recovery does arrive. We have put together a list of nine key areas to help you to start thinking about ways to make sure your program is M.O.B.I.L.I.Z.E.D. for the future: