In the likely case that remote work is here to stay, an agile mobility team can play an important role in effectively managing remote work. This guide offers a framework for how your mobility departments can assist your organization in developing policies and processes to manage a compliant and productive remote workforce.
The increasing need to source talent on a global basis is presenting new and complex challenges to compensation professionals.
Remote work is a growing area with some unique policy challenges and the potential to disrupt some of our typical ways of doing business.
COVID-19 and subsequent social distancing protocols have driven a rapid increase in remote work prevalence. Many mobility professionals have been deeply impacted by this trend.
AIRINC Global Tax Director Pat Jurgens joined Benivo’s 'The View from the Top' on October 7th to discuss remote work, joining immigration expert Julia Onslow-Cole and labor law expert Trent Sutton.
AIRINC recently conducted a benchmark survey on COVID-19’s impact on mobility and remote work. We had over 180 companies participate from a variety of industries. Here’s what I found interesting for the Oil & Gas industry.
We are living in a challenging environment. Many companies are taking the opportunity to review their mobility policies to ensure their provisions are still aligned with market practice and/or are looking to reduce costs.
During the recent APAC Online Summit hosted by FEM, AIRINC's Vice President Asia Pacific, Fred Schlomann, provided a wide-ranging interview on Virtual Assignments.
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.