Trouble Moving Employees Domestically to High Cost U.S. Cities?

    May 25, 2021 @ 02:57 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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    In general, getting an employee to accept a domestic relocation can be difficult. It is not easy to uproot a family, logistically manage a move, and establish oneself in a new city. However, it can be even more challenging when the new location is considerably more expensive.

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    Bright Lights, Big City, Bigger Taxes!

    May 11, 2021 @ 05:48 PM / by Jade Chang

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    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.

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    Using Domestic COLA To Support A Talent Acquisition Strategy

    Apr 29, 2021 @ 07:32 AM / by Christopher Bloedel

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    Talent Acquisition Managers and Recruiters are experts at selling the prospect of working at their company. There are issues that candidates consider that these companies can’t control…cost-of-living being one of them.

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    How do I accurately calculate an equitable new salary for U.S. Domestic Moves?

    Feb 11, 2021 @ 08:26 AM / by Jeremy Piccoli

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    With respect to US domestic transfers, state and local income tax differences are of particular relevance for determining an equitable cost adjusted salary. Two individuals within the United States can have the same salary and family size and earn vastly different spendable incomes because of the different tax rates throughout the states and cities.

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    Do you use home price values to calculate domestic relocation benefits?

    Dec 30, 2020 @ 10:45 AM / by Michelle Curran

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    AIRINC's Domestic Transfer Reports now include home values. These values can be used to calculate:

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    Lump Sum Value: An interview with Clorox’s Global Mobility Team

    Dec 01, 2020 @ 12:12 PM / by Jordan Blue

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    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.

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    What are equitable Lump Sums and how can they help your domestic program?

    Nov 25, 2020 @ 12:19 PM / by Gerald Abbey

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    Do you want to deliver equitable lump sums that are rooted in reality? Data driven relocation lump sums can help you:

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    An Interview with Plus Relocation: Relocation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    May 14, 2020 @ 10:45 AM / by Gerald Abbey

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    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.

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    An Interview with Aires: Purchase and Sales of Real Estate during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    May 07, 2020 @ 01:11 PM / by Gerald Abbey

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    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.

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    The Bay Area and Beyond: Successful employee relocation

    May 06, 2020 @ 02:04 PM / by Jordan Blue

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    I relocated to San Francisco in 2013. As someone who lives here and works in the cost-of-living industry, I can confirm that SF is one of the most costly places in the world. But, I'm also here to tell you that living here is worth the cost. The Bay Area is a truly wonderful place to live. But organizations often have a hard time relocating talent here due to the cost. But even when we do convince people to move, relocations often fail because organizations don't help relocating employees understand the nuances of the Bay Area and find the right housing fit for them.

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