A Selection of AIRINC Research Results This quarter’s cost of living research was conducted primarily in Europe, Asia, and mainland Southeast Asia.
Tom Brady, perhaps the best ever to play the sport of American football, relocated to Tampa Bay in 2020 after playing in New England for 20 years.
It has been over 18 months and I have not seen any of my colleagues in person: how am I going to deal with this any longer?
The COVID-19 pandemic inspired a trend of assignees working remotely and moving from downtown living spaces to more suburban areas.
On Monday, 13 September, AIRINC’s Michael Joyce, Carl McClean, Helen Hollingsworth, and Catherine Tylke will attend Expat Academy’s annual conference.
The Greater Bay Area (GBA) is China’s ambitious goal to develop an integrated economic and business hub that links its two special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau along with 9 Chinese cities across the southern China region.
We have recently seen an increased level of interest from companies who are keen to find ways to capitalize on a softer rental market. Objectives vary greatly but identifying ways to manage program costs is an important priority for companies. After taxes, housing is one of the big-ticket items in any global mobility program.
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!
Rents increased in Istanbul as demand for housing climbs and the value of the Turkish lira continues to slide against the U.S. dollar.
Global Mobility is often challenged by local HR about the housing budgets in a given location. What do you do in this case? Do you consider HR’s input and potentially adjust the housing budgets accordingly, or do you maintain the housing budgets based on the data from your provider?