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Participate in the Executive Relocation Policy Benchmark

Nov 15, 2019 @ 06:39 AM / by Jordan Blue

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AIRINC is delighted to invite you to participate in a benchmark survey focused on executive relocation practices. The survey primarily focuses on US domestic moves but also touches on international one-way relocations and two-way assignments. Responses are anonymous and participants will receive a copy of the results. We hope you can join us!

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Pulse Survey Results: Assignees in Hong Kong

Nov 14, 2019 @ 10:20 AM / by Gerald Abbey

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Hong Kong has been subject to ongoing street protests since June 2019. The protests have led to varying degrees of disruptions in daily living for residents, a sharp reduction in tourists visiting the city, and most recently, an economic downturn considered to be the worst since 2008.

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An Update on the Water Crisis in Cape Town

Oct 29, 2019 @ 12:30 AM / by Meleah Paull

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When I was visiting Cape Town during my recent survey, it was hard to believe that a water crisis had threatened the city so severely in 2017 and 2018 that city residents faced water restrictions as low as fifty liters of water per-person-per-day.

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Pulse Survey: Assignees in Hong Kong

Oct 16, 2019 @ 03:32 PM / by Gerald Abbey

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Do you have assignees based in Hong Kong? If yes, is the recent instability having an impact? Many of our clients are seeing an increase in calls from concerned assignees asking to discuss their situation. Potential options such as a transfer to another location, increased flexibility to work from home, security briefings, and more, along with the impact of these options on their assignment policy.

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3 Ways to Assess Changes in Hardship with a Focus on Hong Kong

Sep 10, 2019 @ 08:00 PM / by Rob Zeitz

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AIRINC recently adjusted its hardship score for Hong Kong, due to the continuing political volatility and unpredictability surrounding the demonstrations, as well as the heightened tensions resulting from the protests. 

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Hong Kong Protests and the Impact on Expatriates [update]

Aug 19, 2019 @ 12:17 PM / by Morgan Grenier

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Since June, Hong Kong has seen unprecedented protests, larger and more frequent than any in the country’s recent history. We have increased the hardship scoring of Hong Kong in response to the rise in political volatility.

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Hong Kong Protests and the Impact on Expatriates

Jun 21, 2019 @ 01:15 PM / by Morgan Grenier

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In the last two weeks, Hong Kong has seen some of the largest protests in its history as citizens and residents have taken to the streets to protest a proposed extradition bill. Demonstrations have been centered around Admiralty and the surrounding areas of Central and Wan Chai.

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Evaluating Threat: 3 Best Practices for Optimizing Your Hardship Premium!

May 13, 2019 @ 12:01 AM / by Brendon Attridge

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Are you part of the 93% or the 7%? The “Hardship” or “Location” premium is a longstanding member of the international mobility compensation suite and is currently provided by 93% of companies, according to our most recent policy benchmark.

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Why do we visit hundreds of cities each year?

Dec 05, 2018 @ 11:47 AM / by Anne Benjamin

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At AIRINC, technology allows our dedicated survey staff to collect data and monitor changes by phone and online, in conjunction with on-site surveys. We collect a wider range of data more efficiently using this multi-pronged approach, and by using an in-house research survey team, we collect the most objective, consistent pricing data.

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Day Zero, Delayed: Cape Town, South Africa

Nov 19, 2018 @ 01:30 AM / by Eugene Kobiako

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AIRINC’s onsite Surveyors investigate topics of international interest, including hardship situations. My colleague, Yimkwan Tsang, wrote about the water crisis in Cape Town after her February 2018 survey. At that time, Cape Town was expected to run out of water as early as June. However, this event, known as Day Zero, kept getting pushed back.

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