Wow, what a lifechanging experience. I spent a week in Buenos Aires and Neuquén, Argentina surveying for cost-of-living data with AIRINC.
On St Patrick's Day we set the team a challenge to find the cost of a pint of Guinness around the world!
This week is a significant date in AIRINC's history as we turn 69 years old.
The results are in -- AIRINC's 2023 Mobility Outlook Survey is now available!
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.
We are putting the finishing touches on the report and will soon be publishing the results of AIRINC's 2023 Mobility Outlook Survey! In the meantime, please register to join us for some of the upcoming webinars where we discuss this year's results
In my prior blog post I proposed that mobility needs to support new audiences and to enable global talent strategies. To support these new audiences, it is no longer tenable to offer a suite of discrete policies to support the global deployment of talent.
Sandra De Bruyker joined AIRINC’s Client Engagement team in Brussels as a Client Engagement manager in 2007.
Each year, AIRINC hosts a photo contest to help bring us together and share our adventures with each other.
Whether you're new to Global Mobility or you've been in the industry for a while, do you need a refresher on housing allowances?