There is more than one way to implement “one-way” moves.
Not long ago, when the results of AIRINC’s annual Mobility Outlook Survey (MOS) results were hot off the press, I held a joint webinar with German personnel association, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Personalführung to compare and contrast German/Austrian companies’ (GACs) responses with the rest of the world.
AIRINC will be at the 2022 WorldatWork Annual Conference & Exhibition presenting; "Time to Rethink How You Set Compensation Levels in the “New” Normal?".
At the end of March our APAC team consisting of Philli Wong and myself participated in our partners quarterly event called “APAC Network Huddle” hosted by Expat Academy.
Thank you to everyone who came by our booth at the FEM Amsterdam Conference on April 8!
While some mobility trends and initiatives are globally shared, some vary regionally. Let’s look at how APAC results deviate from global results.
AIRINC believes in a better future for our employees, clients, and the world at large.
The crisis in Ukraine has generated a new set of unprecedented demands on Global Mobility. Companies are having to deal with the implications on international expatriates and local employees alike.
The Middle East is an important region for clients across the globe and has a large and diverse population of expatriates.
In the past, only Egyptian nationals were required to contribute to Social Insurance and Pension schemes in Egypt.