AIRINC recently moderated a session with US Domestic Relocation program leaders to share insights and solicit feedback on their program focuses for 2023.
One-way moves used to be just for permanent transfers, but global mobility is finding creative ways to apply this policy approach to save costs, support remote work, and give employees the flexibility they want. The third in this series is here!
One-way moves used to be just for permanent transfers, but global mobility is finding creative ways to apply this policy approach to save costs, support remote work, and give employees the flexibility they want
In the past several years, global mobility has evolved tremendously.
According to AIRINC's recent U.S. Domestic Relocation benchmark, 29% of companies provide a cost of living allowance (COLA) for moves within the United States.
Domestic relocation has long been in place to drive business operations, but companies are also recognizing that employees have different preferences for what type of support they want to receive and how involved they want to be in the relocation process.
New Solution: Home Purchase Differentials to Support Your U.S. Talent Deployment Strategy!
Relocating talent in the U.S. can create affordability challenges for your employees, especially when deploying talent to high-cost locations.
You’ve heard it before…you can’t manage what you don’t measure. Well, that is certainly true as it relates to domestic relocation costs.
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The most recent market data is clear: remote work continues to have a powerful impact on the cost of housing in the United States.