Since April, Singapore has substantially eased inbound travel rules for fully vaccinated travellers.
I was recently reminded about how different our individual baskets will look compared to each other at our EMEA team summit, where we each submitted a photo of the inside of our fridge for others to guess who it belonged to.
No one wants to double count unless it is in their favor. Global Mobility faces this challenge as well. In offering the best service to assignees, companies may be paying the same benefit twice without even knowing it.
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.
International commuter assignments are one of the fastest growing segments of mobility. Until now, calculating these costs—quickly and accurately—has been a challenge.
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.
The demand for a wider array of mobility approaches at different price points requires the flexibility to access allowances and evaluate policy options in an efficient way. The International Assignment Calculator aggregates allowances such as Cost of living allowance (COLA), housing, tax, hardship, and more – in one place. Learn more by watching the video below:
Join us as we discuss key elements of compensation and provide an understanding of the pay differentials and allowances as we move this employee domestically from Atlanta to San Francisco, and internationally from San Francisco to Singapore. In addition, we will discuss moving an executive from Singapore to London.
Guide Your Customers to the Ideal Assignment or Transfer Package - As a Mobility leader, the same requests arise regularly from your business customers. Many of you have told us you often answer the following questions: