Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey showed that international one-way transfers are one of the fastest growing policy types: 68% of respondents already have a one-way transfer in their policy suite and 50% are anticipating increasing their usage.
Given the expansion of remote work, diverse work locations, global talent sourcing and more, compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever.
A multinational company has a large U.S. domestic program with hundreds of moves each year..
A large financial institution was transitioning to a remote-focused work environment and needed to provide an ongoing monthly payment to cover home office expenses such as broadband internet, office space, etc.
A technology client was researching solutions to provide an equitable wellbeing benefit to employees across the globe.
We all like to see a ranking. We like to know the best countries to live in; the most expensive cities; a listing of cities by their cost of living.
Are you seeking a creative solution to help your employees afford a home in high-cost housing markets?
A consumer goods client contacted us seeking help evaluating the impact on an employee transferring to a new country.
Are your employees working remotely? Are they thinking of moving?
A consumer goods company uses one pay scale for their employees in over 100 stores across 50 cities in Asia.