AIRINC's Christopher Bloedel will be setting up shop at booth #307 in the exhibition hall, and Morgan Crosby will be presenting on "The End of the Policy! Driving More Flexibility in Global Mobility Through Innovative Flexible Approaches".
I am delighted to introduce myself to all the readers of the AIRINC blog....
At the recent Expat Academy APAC Huddle event, a participant raised an interesting question on the use of lump sums and whether they are a popular way to facilitate permanent one-way moves.
Secondment allowance is a type of allowance that companies use to cover on-assignment expenses in host countries.
Movement Continues in the Foreign Exchange Market.....
We are hearing sustainability come up in more and more conversations in our personal and professional lives. Now, the question of how to implement sustainable assignments is increasingly a topic of conversation in Global Mobility circles, too.
Where did your city land? AIRINC recently released its annual Global 150 Cities Index of top cities that have the ideal combination of high salaries, low taxes, goods & services costs, and quality of life. Here are some notable movers and shakers!
The COVID-19 Delta variant is widespread in several regions, particularly in Southeast Asia and various parts of Africa. The fear of a second economic lockdown negatively impacted many currencies as countries decide whether to impose further restrictions on the public.
For those who like to organize their expenses, having a budget or a spendable amount is key. In the world of global mobility, the concept of spendable income is a central element for calculating the Cost-of-Living Allowance (COLA). As the Spendable increases, the COLA increases in the exact same proportion, and everything else remains equal.
South Africa had a rough July of civil protests, rioting, and looting. Lives were lost, shopping malls were robbed, shops, petrol stations, and even whole suburbs were burnt to the ground, leaving many without food, supplies, and medication.