One of the challenges that companies face within the U.S. has been attracting talent to what are often perceived as “dying” cities, especially in the Rust Belt. Many people have a perception of these cities that may no longer match the reality on the ground and this can present a challenge for recruiting.
How does your job offer stack up? Increasingly, sourcing talent no longer means being confined by geography. Finding the right candidate for the job may entail a permanent transfer or cross-border hire, whether it be domestically or internationally. While this greatly expands hiring opportunities, it does present some interesting challenges.
Movement Continues in the Foreign Exchange Market - This movement is caused by a rise in pandemic cases, hyper-inflation, recovery of oil prices, and more. Below are AIRINC’s summaries of the rate changes above 3.5% taken from our review last week.
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Jason Tang is the new APAC Region Deputy Leader. Jason moves into the role that Fred Schlomann recently vacated after 25+ years of service.
AIRINC is pleased to announce that Bruno Lagasse is the new Deputy Region Leader for EMEA. For the last six years, Bruno has been leading the Client Engagement group. With this promotion, he will act as second-in-command to Steve Brink who has been acting as the EMEA Regional Leader. Bruno will be involved in overall EMEA strategy, marketing/messaging, business development, and maintaining oversight role of Client Engagement.
WorldatWorld published a recent article written by AIRINC's President and CEO, Steve Brink. In this article, Brink discusses how new remote work scenarios have added complexity from a compliance and a competitive pay perspective.
2021 continues to be tumultuous for the global economy, as impacts of conditions throughout the year come due, and new issues emerge to impact markets. Below find our summaries of some of the month’s biggest changes in foreign exchange.
The Hague’s rental market has been facing an affordable housing shortage over the past several years. During my research, local housing sources explained that the rental market is used primarily by expatriates and lower income individuals. Fewer expatriates are arriving now, and many existing tenants are extending their leases.
The rental market in Moscow was greatly affected by the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, which resulted in many expats leaving the city, while simultaneously the local population suffered from a sharp increase in unemployment. Many expensive properties were left vacant by the exodus of expatriates, with the local population generally unable to spend as much on rent.
This episode features my former boss and great friend, Steve Brink, CEO of Air-Inc. Steve and I discuss the practical issues facing companies in their adoption of workforce analytics.