Results from AIRINC’s Benchmark Survey on International One-Way Moves are in!

    Dec 22, 2020 @ 11:15 AM / by Brooke Caligan

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    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.

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    Permanent Transfers: Lessons Learned

    Oct 02, 2018 @ 02:37 PM / by Morgan Crosby

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    The expatriate world is small. It becomes clear very quickly to expatriate employees if one is getting a worse deal than their peer. An employee sent on permanent transfer does not get children’s education, support with housing, and other visible benefits of international assignees.

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