Next up in the AIRINC remote working series is the US. When considering a remote location it doesn’t always have to involve an international move.
Technology was the theme at the Expat Academy event this week, where Michael Joyce and I had the privilege to present.
We believe in a sustainable future which is why we have made a commitment to reduce our carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 and had that commitment validated and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey showed that international one-way transfers are one of the fastest growing policy types: 68% of respondents already have a one-way transfer in their policy suite and 50% are anticipating increasing their usage.
Earlier this month, AIRINC hosted several industry leaders for a virtual mobility innovation roundtable.
The results are in! AIRINC's 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey Report is now available!
As 2021 draws to a close, there’s still time to participate in AIRINC’s 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey!
The annual AIRINC Institute webinar series is back. If you are new to global mobility, are in need of a refresher, or simply want to keep on top of all-things-mobility, this webinar series is for you.
AltoVita recently held its first ever Global Mobility Virtual Symposium. The topics discussed ranged from technology trends in Mobility, the evolving attention to employee experience, sustainable and smart home technology, and female leadership in corporate travel.
We often get asked what qualities a good global mobility professional should have. Efficiency, knowledge of compliance regulations, and numeracy are three that immediately spring to mind. But perhaps more important are empathy, intercultural awareness, and exceptional communication skills. Now, more than ever, these traditionally “softer” skills are what will get your assignees through this pandemic while also feeling well-supported by your global mobility programme.