Worker shortages, cost pressures, and new talent philosophies are driving Mobility programs to use Domestic & International One-Way Transfers more than ever.
AIRINC will be at the 2022 WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition presenting; "Time to Rethink How You Set Compensation Levels in the “New” Normal?".
As you know, there is increasing pressure in the Mobility industry for vendors to offer a one-stop-shop approach in providing services to clients.
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As Asian companies expand worldwide to take advantage of untapped international markets, they often find that they are competing directly with formidable global organizations for the key talent they need to succeed. While the challenges that Asian companies face have now become truly global in nature, local talent pools in many Asian countries often do not support the level of skills and experience that are needed to drive a global business. This is seen most evidently at the senior executive level where the shortage of qualified talent is often the most acute.
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The increasing use of cross-border, intra-company transfers to meet global staffing needs is presenting new challenges to compensation professionals. Comparing the pre and post-transfer compensation offering is generally straightforward when the move is domestic, but can become complex when two different countries are involved.
In our ongoing series, AIRINC Insider, we interview our mobility all-stars to share some of their unique insights after years of workforce globalization experience. Jo joined AIRINC as General Manager, EMEA at the end of 2018 after 30 years working for two large Relocation Management Companies (RMCs). Jo has overall responsibility for activity in the EMEA region. She is based in AIRINC’s London office.
AIRINC Senior Director, Client Solutions EMEA, Mike Wincott, recently sat down with UniMobility for an interview discussing IT solutions for Global Mobility. Below is an excerpt from the article and you can find the full length post at the end here.
As European cities position to attract new investments, jobs and talent, Frankfurt is emerging as a leading European Union epicenter, ready to embrace opportunities. It’s the perfect time and place to convene for the 2019 Frankfurt Mobility Summit.