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.
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:
Join us for a 30-minute webinar to learn more about: How to determine what experience your employees are looking for Impacting experiences across all stages of employment Ways companies have improved employee experience on different budgets
In analysing AIRINC’s 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey, it was interesting to see that, although the views of European companies were broadly consistent with the overall findings, there were a few differences that caught our attention.
May 7, 2020: Join us for a 30-minute webinar to learn more about: Trends related to domestic cost-of-living adjustments as well as lump sum payments for moving costs Case studies — how to leverage cost of living data to communicate the impact of a move to key audiences such as assignees, businesses, and recruiters Tools that can assist you in calculating accurate and location-specific cost differences
When we help our clients redesign their mobility programs, we seek information on what employees value to inform how the program is structured and what benefits are provided.
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6 May 2020: Join this 45-minute webinar to learn more about: Policies and exceptions The demand for flexibility The policy of the future
In the past month, it feels as if there is new information about COVID-19 every day. As I learn more about this disease and the growing pandemic, I find that I also have more questions—when will things go back to “normal”? Where are people the most affected? How is everyone else reacting to these chaotic times?
While no one can predict when the COVID-19 outbreak will be contained, the pandemic has firmly stalled and reversed rising property trends across Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore. AIRINC spoke to industry experts across Asia’s most dynamic business hubs to understand the unique characteristics of each market and what changes and opportunities lie ahead.