Recently, Jordan Blue (Director of Product and Innovation) of AIRINC and Tom Richardson (Director Solutions Consulting) from Equus came together to talk all things partnerships and technology.
Back in September 2022, AIRINC organized the first in-person roundtable discussion for Singapore-based companies at WeWork Collyer Quay.
What is the best way to address inflation and economic volatility for globally mobile talent?
One-way transfers and other host-based compensation assignments have grown in popularity over the past several years.
The team from People Mobility Alliance, including AIRINCer Mira Pathak, put on another lively discussion around one of the hottest topics in global and talent mobility: remote work.
The future of mobility in Asia and elsewhere is dependent on economic activity.
Compensation approaches are becoming more dynamic than ever given the expansion of remote work, emergence of global roles, talent shortages, and more.
According to this year’s MOS survey, 68% of companies report having an international One-Way Transfer (OWT) policy—the 3rd most common policy after Long-Term and Short-Term.
Worker shortages, cost pressures, and new talent philosophies are driving Mobility programs to use Domestic & International One-Way Transfers more than ever.
You’ve heard it before…you can’t manage what you don’t measure. Well, that is certainly true as it relates to domestic relocation costs.
Our 2022 Mobility Outlook Survey results tell us one-way transfers are a key mobility approach with increasing use.