AIRINC continues to invest in our domestic solutions in order to improve your experience!
Domestic relocation practice is often complex given the wide range of employees and diverse locations. As a result, many of our clients find themselves evaluating extensive questions to define their domestic program and benefits
Join us for a discussion on trends and tangible examples of how industry leaders have solved the top challenges in U.S. domestic mobility.
In August 2019, my partner received a job offer he couldn’t pass up, so I asked to relocate from Boston to New York City. Fortunately, AIRINC accepted my request to become a fully remote worker.
AIRINC's Domestic Transfer Reports now include home values. These values can be used to calculate:
We often get asked what qualities a good global mobility professional should have. Efficiency, knowledge of compliance regulations, and numeracy are three that immediately spring to mind. But perhaps more important are empathy, intercultural awareness, and exceptional communication skills. Now, more than ever, these traditionally “softer” skills are what will get your assignees through this pandemic while also feeling well-supported by your global mobility programme.
Diana Caicedo leads Clorox’s Global Mobility program (among her many other roles). Clorox recently transformed their US domestic mobility program by expanding their Lump Sum program and introducing a Lump Sum calculator configured to their program specifics. We sat down with Diana to hear how Clorox uses Lump Sums and what advice they would offer others that are interested in Lump Sums.
Do you want to deliver equitable lump sums that are rooted in reality? Data driven relocation lump sums can help you:
1. How has COVID-19 impacted buying and selling real estate in the United States and Canada? Typically, the hope is for a linear path for the homebuying and home selling process. Most of the time, there will be at least slight deviance from the path during the process. Currently, there’s more deviation than is standard, but the real estate market is resilient and somewhat surprisingly resilient in the current times.
1. What is the most common question you are facing with home sales/purchases and how are you addressing it? Are things still closing? The resounding answer is ”yes, they are, but…” We’ve seen some declines and many delays year-over-year in home sales and home purchases, but closings are happening and prices remain steady because of the historically tight inventory availability.