As 2022 was wrapping up, we polled all AIRINCers for their predictions on what the Global Mobility industry would be focused on and challenged by in 2023.
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The main factors causing currency fluctuations this month are inflation forecasts, changes in domestic money supply, and the United States FED announcement.
One-way moves used to be just for permanent transfers, but global mobility is finding creative ways to apply this policy approach to save costs, support remote work, and give employees the flexibility they want
In the past several years, global mobility has evolved tremendously.
According to AIRINC's recent U.S. Domestic Relocation benchmark, 29% of companies provide a cost of living allowance (COLA) for moves within the United States.
The United States’ rate increases continue to impact currency changes and a variety of domestic issues.
The United States’ interest rate hikes, account deficits, and increased spending have all contributed in some way to this month’s currency changes.
This month’s currency changes can be attributed to political uncertainty and foreign reserves changes.
This month’s currencies have been affected by a wide variety of reasons both domestically and internationally.