Our colleagues in Europe were busy this autumn with a successful series of events in London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Munich, and Berlin. Depending on the location, we presented the results of AIRINC’s Long-Term Assignment Benchmark, going over some of the details and trends from the survey results; we discussed the shifts we are observing towards a more flexible workforce; and we explored an alternative approach to assignment housing and how to manage both costs and expectations.
AIRINC in Europe are looking forward to one of the first global mobility events of the year with Expat Academy on 9 January 2020. Carl McClean and Jo Wakeham will be attending the Club100 huddle in London to discuss all the current trends and hot topics, and to provide advice on all the issues of the day.
As we close out the year and look to 2020, we are highlighting the most impactful news for Global Mobility in 2019. Last week, we posted our top 5 downloads and our top 5 mobility policy articles. Today's post features the most popular tax news that we published this year.
Last week, we highlighted the top 5 downloads that have helped shape our views on where mobility is in 2019 and where it will go in 2020. Today, we have pulled together the most important and popular global mobility policy posts from 2019. These posts focus on many of the key takeaways from our 2019 Mobility Outlook Survey, including:
These days, I’m intrigued by the very human problem of making decisions when confronted with many choices. If you’ve ever struggled to choose an ice cream flavor at the market or pick something to watch on Netflix, you’re familiar with the overchoice phenomenon.
Host-based compensation approaches for cross-border assignments and transfers tend to be most effective when specific conditions exist. The key to success is having a decision process in place to assess when this approach is likely to be successful, or when an alternative pay approach may be preferable.