We have been watching top locations where companies send their key talent - view our interactive Goods & Services Inflation Tracker to see how much inflation these locations are experiencing!
On the road again! It sure feels good to be traveling for work again after an almost 3-year moratorium!
Compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever given the expansion of remote work, emergence of global roles, talent shortages, and more.
AIRINC are thrilled to win at the Forum for Expat Management EMMAs 2022, 'Best Partnership between a Corporate Organization and a Service Provider' with HPE.
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.
We published the original version of this playbook in 2020 when it was not clear if the rise of remote working would continue or only be a temporary pandemic phenomenon. It is now clear that remote work is here to stay.
On March 23, AIRINC and BGRS brought together a virtual panel hosted by Rochelle Xu of BGRS.
AIRINC will be attending the FEM Amsterdam Global Mobility Conference on the 8th April 2022. Come visit us at Booth A5!
Benivo, the company that brought you the Global Mobility Top 250 Corporate and Top 100 Service Providers lists, is holding nominations for the Global Mobility Top 100 Rising Stars, which AIRINC is proud to sponsor.