In our most recent Mobility Outlook Survey for 2023, 30% of companies are expecting an increase in the use of Developmental, Graduate, and Intern policies.
AIRINC recently moderated a session with US Domestic Relocation program leaders to share insights and solicit feedback on their program focuses for 2023.
Key Things You Need to Know About Inflation and Your Global Mobility Program - Step 3: Other Allowances
With inflation continuing to be a global issue, let’s review some key areas that inflation can impact your global mobility program and ways to address them!
Kristiana studied economics at Simmons College in Boston.
Last year, with our help, a pharmaceutical client introduced benefit delivery choice for US Domestic Relocations.
We recently published a pulse survey to examine if Local Plus packages have become the dominant approach for companies to deploy talent into and within the APAC region.
On December 31, 2021, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce and State Taxation Administration jointly announced the extension of the preferential income tax treatment on expatriate fringe benefits through 2023.
What are the longer term issues of remote working - AIRINC's Jeff Hawk speaks to the Canadian ERC
Millions of employees across the world are now working remotely. As the pandemic evolves, how are companies considering the issues around the different ways of working.
At the recent Expat Academy APAC Huddle event, a participant raised an interesting question on the use of lump sums and whether they are a popular way to facilitate permanent one-way moves.
Are you are looking for domestic cost of living allowances (COLA), lump sum/managed cap allowances, or advice?
AIRINC continues to invest in our domestic solutions in order to improve your experience!