With fewer people moving during the pandemic, some Mobility functions are taking a strategic look at their programs and resources. Clear communications that are designed from the employee’s perspective improve employee experience and strengthen Mobility’s brand and reputation.
Over the past few months, we have all begun to realize the many differences between life in the office and working remotely at home. We’re adapting to virtual meetings, we’re helping our children navigate online learning, we’ve developed home workout routines, and schedule a regular cadence of video happy hours/chats with friends and family.
Last week, we hosted a webinar on COVID-19 recovery and what to expect next. We invited three corporate panelists to discuss their experiences and share their perspective. Our panelists during this event were the following:
In this article, AIRINC Relationship Manager Christopher Ward discusses the current state of the Young Professionals Under 40 (YP40) Committee and the group’s efforts to keep the Worldwide ERC mobility community connected, engaged, and inspired during these challenging times.
Are virtual assignments the future of Global Mobility? Do companies already have a policy in place to address this type of mobility? Virtual assignments are defined as an arrangement in which the employee lives in one country but performs their job remotely for another country. Please participate in this brief pulse survey to understand more about this emerging area of mobility.
Commuter assignments have long been in use. AIRINC’s 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey revealed that 55% of companies either currently have or are planning to add a commuter policy.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recently announced that effective July 1, 2020 the current 5% VAT (Value-Added Tax) rate on almost all goods and services bought and sold by businesses within the Kingdom will increase to 15%. There are no changes to the list of goods and services to which VAT applies.
With continual declines in confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the last 14 days, AIRINC APAC cautiously welcomes the re-opening of public facilities, as well as the loosening of social restrictions in Hong Kong this week. While residents look to regain some semblance of normalcy, I’ve observed several noticeable changes that may continue.
This webinar is intended to help you and our global mobility community proactively prepare for global mobility's recovery, and learn from leading mobility professionals. Our panel of experts include:
While there are many steps to be taken to adapt to the emerging new normal created by COVID-19, there are two specific to global mobility policy that are important to address.