Jeff joined AIRINC in 1992 and just celebrated his thirty-year anniversary at the company this August!
Jade joined AIRINC in 2015 and has just celebrated her seventh work anniversary!
Kristiana studied economics at Simmons College in Boston.
Pat oversees AIRINC’s tax team as the Director of Global Tax.
Finally we head to Asia and examine the rising interests in cross-border remote work.
Remote Work Series, Part 4: How do you calculate compensation for a domestic remote work move?
Next up in the AIRINC remote working series is the US. When considering a remote location it doesn’t always have to involve an international move.
Moving swiftly on from our last case study looking at working remote from Istanbul, we now compare the relativities of people in London and Warsaw seeking sunnier climes in either Madrid or Lisbon.
Remote Work Series, Part 2: What are the criteria for evaluating how attractive a city is for remote work?
Following on from last week’s introduction to remote work considerations here we take a look into the numbers behind the romantic notion of packing up to work from another location.
Since the onset of the covid-19 pandemic the debate around remote working has been very lively.
Worker shortages, cost pressures, and new talent philosophies are driving Mobility programs to use Domestic & International One-Way Transfers more than ever.