Philip Morris International is undergoing a radical transformation. Global Mobility is no exception. It is responding to changing business needs with a root and branch overhaul of the mobility program.
AIRINC Global Tax Director joined Benivo’s 'The View from the Top' hosted by on Wednesday, January 13th, for the first show of the new year, and what a great show it was!
While the trend on work from home flexibility has increased over recent years, we see an expanded work from anywhere (WFA) as a growing option as a result of COVID-19. Work location has always been a key element of the compensation pillar.
On behalf of AIRINC, I am delighted to congratulate Kerwin Guillermo on being recognized as the Most Admired Global Mobility Professional in the World. As the inaugural winner of the award, Kerwin sets a high bar for future hopefuls.
Our very own Mike Wincott, Senior Director Client Solutions EMEA, sat down with Claire Tennant-Scull as part of the FEM EMEA Virtual Summit in November to discuss the Three Essentials of Global Mobility Now.
Eighty-seven percent of companies report using one-way transfers for truly permanent international moves (the employee is not expected to return to the origin). Almost all survey participants report using international one-way transfers in their purest sense: when an employee’s position permanently moves to another country or when there’s a need to build long-term talent capacity in that country – with the key being that these are essentially permanent moves without future mobility envisioned.
AIRINC Global Tax Director Pat Jurgens joined Benivo’s 'The View from the Top' hosted by Brian Friedman on December 16th, providing a global mobility tax update during the most exciting episode of the year, as The Most Admired Global Mobility Professional in the World was announced (more on that below).
Are you thinking about the future of compensation in the United States? Take our short pulse survey to understand how companies are currently structuring compensation in the U.S., and how they’re planning to address the rise of remote work and the proliferation of work locations.
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.